If you need to make edits to the YouTube or Facebook recording of your meeting video stream, you can opt to hide the video from the public after the meeting ends and then make it visible again after the video editing is finished. This can be very useful when you need to remove footage of unrelated chit-chat or dead airtime captured during the video recording.

To do this, scroll down on your meeting settings to More Video Options, expand the menu and check the box for Hide meeting video after event end.

With this box checked, the meeting video will disappear once the meeting is over. You can then visit YouTube to make any needed edits.

When you're ready to show the completed video on your meeting page again, return to the More Video Options menu above and uncheck the box that you previously checked. The video recording will then appear.


See also:

Creating a YouTube live stream using Public Input's "Create a live stream for me" feature

Live streaming your Webex meeting via Youtube Live

Live stream your Zoom meeting on YouTube using your organization's YouTube account

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