Live event recording policies in Microsoft Teams
You have several options for recording a Microsoft Teams live event. The recording options are set using recording policies. This article describes the various settings.
The recording options are set using the PowerShell command Set-CsTeamsMeetingBroadcastPolicy.
Scheduling and option behaviors
There are two organizer options while scheduling a live event recording:
Recording available for producers and presenters
- Recording file: Provides a recording file that producers and presenters can download after the event is over.
Recording available for attendees
DVR: A digital video recorder (DVR) allows attendees to rewind and pause during the event
VOD: A video on demand (VOD) allows attendees to watch after the event is over
Broadcast recording policy setting
As part of the broadcast policy, there's a setting that you can toggle to turn recording on or off for a live event.
|Recording available for producers and presenters||Recording available for attendees|
|Always record||Disabled and selected||Enabled and selected|
|Organizer can record or not||Enabled and selected by default||Enabled and selected by default|
|Never record||Disabled and not selected||Disabled and not selected|
Storage and persistence behavior
|Recording available for attendees||Selected||DVR is available and the Azure Media Services (AMS) asset is stored for 180 days||Attendee can access and watch the event|
|Not Selected||DVR is available and the AMS asset is stored for 180 days||Attendee won't get access into the event after it's over|
|Disabled (Not selected)||DVR is available and the AMS asset is deleted after the event||Attendee won't get access into the event after it's over|
|Recording available to producers and presenters||Selected||An MP4 is created and stored for 180 days|
|Not Selected||No file is created|
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