We currently own a number of HDX 6000HD systems and were wondering how we would go about recording conferences with these systems? I've read that they don't have a video out and this isn't possible, but I've also read others claiming they have recorded meetings on these but haven't gone into detail as to how they did this.
Does anyone have any info on this, is their a polycom soloution or third party option?
There's a record button on the remote for this system, what exactly does that button do as it doesn't seem to do anything on our systems.
AFAIK there is no way to send local audio to HDX 6000 outputs. This does the proposed schema unusable for conference recording.
ohh, you are right, Mike, the local audio will be a problem.
I've used this schema in multipoint conference on RMX, one codec had connection to a Capture HD and this codec was used only for a conference recording instead RSS.
Please reach out to a polycom sales representative. It is easy and possible to record your meetings (both audio and video) through the Polycom Capture Server. You can also live stream, archive, transcode to various output formats (mp4, wmv, etc)
Users can sit down in front of a HDX 6000 and call the Capture Server directly and record themselves for a presentation (such as HR benefits presentations) or the users can have the Capture Server be part of a bridge call (if you own a bridge on site)
Your polycom rep can help you navigate this easily.