This week I gave a presentation at Winvision and recorded it in Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007. The resulting recording is a webpage with multiple streams: desktop video, presenter video and audio. The problem is that the codec used doesn't work on x64 systems or Windows 7 (Server). Watching the separate streams isn't really an option because there is no audio included in the video streams.
But I got lucky as it seems Microsoft has released a new tool called
This tool allows you to convert a Live Meeting recording into a WMV file. You can choose the output resolution and, optionally, you can include the presenter and/or panoramic video streams. Takes an hour to process (my presentation was nearly 2 hours) and now I have a file most video players can render.