Download Cloud Recording from Zoom: By default, Zoom recording is saved locally unless you select the “Cloud” option. Once you set your recordings to be saved to the “Zoom Cloud”, all your recordings will be saved to the “Cloud”. This saves storage on your system.
So, overall this feature provided by Zoom is really helpful for the users.
Zoom offers cloud space to its users, but after some time, you may see a message – “Your account has used “%” of the available cloud recording storage. Cloud recording will be disabled once your account usage reaches 100%. Purchase additional storage to preserve and maintain your recordings”.
You may see this message because Zoom offers a limited amount of cloud space, and once the space is full or nearly full, you’ll start seeing an alert message.
If you are seeing such type of alert and looking for the steps to download all your recording from the cloud and free up some space for the future, then this guide will help you.
Where To Find Your Recordings?
Before going to download the recordings, you should know where are all your recordings.
- Sign in to your account on Zoom.us.
- Click on the “Recordings”. (Left side of the screen)
- A list of all your recordings will appear here.
How to Download Cloud Recording from Zoom?
To download your recording from Zoom Cloud, you will need to sign in to your account by visiting Zoom.us. Once you sign in to your account, go to “My Account”, and click on “Recordings”.
Click on the recording that you want to download and click on the “Download” option to start downloading it.
Here’s what you need to do:
- Visit- Zoom.us.
- Sign in to your account.
- Under the “My Account” section, click on “Recordings”.
- Now, click on the recording that you wish to download and click on the “Download” option.
- The selected recording will start downloading on your device.
You can further save the downloaded recording to Google Drive. After uploading the recording to your drive, you can delete that recording from the Zoom cloud so that space could be vacant.