You can convert recordings of live sessions into on-demand content so that your attendees can watch them at any time. You might also simply download recordings for use outside of your JUNO site as needed.
Before you begin
How it works
Converting live sessions is a group effort between the JUNO and Client teams. You will download the archived recording, edit the video if needed, and upload it to your company’s video hosting source. Then the JUNO team will help you import it as an on-demand content page.
1. Download archived recordings
When a session ends, the recording is available to download at the bottom of the session page. Only site admins can see it.
It may take up to an hour for the recording to appear, depending on the length of the session.
To download a recording:
Go to the session page by clicking the session link in your run of show spreadsheet. You can also find it on your site if you chose to display past sessions in a module and/or schedule.
Scroll down to Archives.
If you don’t see the recording, try clicking Refresh.
Click the 3 dots menu in the video window.
2. Edit and upload recordings
Edit the recording as needed. If the session had a pre-roll video that you’d like to include in the on-demand recording, you will need to stitch it together manually.
Once you’re happy with your video, upload it to YouTube, Vimeo, Wistia, or Brightcove. Check your video privacy settings to make sure attendees will be able to view your video!
In the next step, the JUNO team will help you add the video to its on-demand content page.
3. Import the video as on-demand content
The JUNO team will give you an importer spreadsheet that lists all the sessions you’re converting. They do this close to the start of your event to ensure that all session information is finalized.
You only need to add two pieces of information to these columns in the spreadsheet:
In the Video type column: Type
In the Video ID column: Paste the full video URL. For example,
The rest of the information for each live session is already included in the importer. It will be automatically added to the on-demand content page. This information includes:
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Description (Including any links, text, images, or questions that you added to the description. Note that questions from the Q&A and Polls tabs in the chat window are not included.)
You can add or remove tags if you’d like. We recommend making sure they match the tags you’re using to organize your on-demand content.
In the example below, see how a session looks after it’s converted to on-demand content.
The final on-demand content page.