Meeting Record Quality is low
The meeting record quality is worse than the actual realtime video. For screen share video's this can make somethings difficult to read due to the blocky-ness of the recording.
Gustavo Taconi commented
Please help us!!
The recording is very horrible 😡
Michel Marques commented
Very important to improve this functionality. Very important for customers, because with competitors that make the conference with excellence in quality like Zoom, in full hd, it is difficult for customers to stop using this solution or one that has better quality. Customer getting very dissatisfied, burning our recommendation to stop using a solution that served him to also use M365 as integrated Teams. We count on your support in this significant improvement.
Ron C commented
I put in a support case with MS on this issue of poor recording quality in MS Teams this week. (4/.30/21) I hoped there was an updated admin setting that would allow us to increase the frame and bit rate of the recordings. However- Microsoft support said this is not currently an option.
They went on to provide a link to this thread and asked me to upvote the feature request and leave a comment. This shouldn't be that difficult to implement. Other platforms are far and above MS Teams WRG to recording quality.
René Schlegel commented
Just recorded a meeting for the whole company. The video is specifically for people who missed the meeting.
But it has a horrible frame rate of 8 fps. Really useless!
I have experienced the same issue today. the video of the meeting was very clear as per attendee feedback. but when we saw the saved video its was of much lower quality and cracking,
Still looking for better alternatives. Even zoom records much better than Teams.
Our management is constantly disappointed by the poor quality recordings. I'm afraid that discussions are starting on alternative platforms.
I recorded some tutorials for my staff and text is barely legible, 5 frames per second.
Com guys, get your act together!
Is MS Teams video recording still limited to 720p?
I can get 1080p, but the frame rate is always at 8fps. Pretty terrible when there is motion that needs to be depicted.
Ilya Kuprov commented
This prevents my 25,000+ people higher education organisation from using Teams. We will not use this until this problem is fixed.
I would like to use Teams for teaching but the video quality is not as good as other platforms so I vote for a fix. Would be grateful if you let me know when a fix is in the works.
1280*720 recordings are simply not good enough for webinars, blurry fonts. Microsoft, please provide option for FullHD recordings in Teams meetings and live events.
Peter Watts commented
I'm having the same problem. Resolution seems OK on the recording but the frame rate is really poor.
I bought a Logitech C920s HD Pro and are getting blurry video in Teams. In other conferencing tools, like Zoom or Skype I'm getting clear picture quality. Pls. fix this!
****** and shameful webcam-video quality for a big enterprise like Microsoft.
Nadeem Azhar commented
I had to stop relying on recording in teams and now just use third party apps to capture screen then publish to third party streaming services. So much for "enterprise" grade BS!
Paul Johnston commented
I have bought a new 1080p to improve quality. It is superb in Zoom and Whereby but lousy in Teams and Skype.
Herriman Guy commented
I have the same problem - very low video quality of recorded screenshares 100% of the time, even after time passes, even in the downloaded mp4. GoToMeeting's screenshare recordings are crystal clear and high-rez. Truly amazing that MS hasn't yet fixed such a major problem.
One interesting note: it seems like the larger and higher-rez the screen of the presenter doing the recording, the more blurry the resulting video is. Likewise, the smaller/lower-rez the screen of the resulting video, the higher the quality of the video.
Morgan Harris commented
The sensible option is, surely, to record participants video locally and upload them asynchronously, after the meeting ends, rather than relying on the stability of their real-time internet connection. At the very least this needs to be an option.