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I am trying to record a Live meeting session. It gets saved as separate Audio and Video files which makes it impossible to open them in Windows Media player.

But when I open the file from Live Meeting Recording Manager, it opens the video in Browser and works well.

So can some one advise me how to save both the audio/video in same file and also to merge the audio and video for existing saved sessions ?

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I don't have a Live Meeting license and I'm unfamiliar with it, but merging audio and video streams from separate files is trivial, if you have a bit of disk space available. I suggest you merge them in a matroska container, using mkvtoolnix, but there are many other container formats and software packages available for this purpose.

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Use the Live Meeting Converter tool, it takes all those files and combines them.

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link no longer works... – Nate S. Aug 13 '15 at 17:13
link appears to be working – fixer1234 Oct 6 '15 at 5:54

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