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.
If I am not wrong you get the low quality video as soon as you upload the file. Give it a few hours so it can be processed further and the quality will be perfect.
Why is it that the meeting organiser on Live Event is clear as a bell and the remote presenter is jittery with a very poor quality of sound? By contrast, when you are in a meeting and you record it, it is fine?
Rob M commented
Quality of the video is so low, that the screen contents cannot be read, rendering it mostly useless for recording anything that uses shared screens. Having an option to save at a higher resolution would be better, for such sessions I'd rather sacrifice frame rate for resolution.
Joshua Beitler commented
We see a very similar issue, however, today on teams while doing a video presentation, while recording, the video quality was very poor (like 360P poor). As SOON as we stopped recording, the video quality went up to 1080P. @Microsoft, please fix the quality issues while recording!
If applications such as GTM or WebEx can get recordings to be clear, we should be able to expect the same from Teams. As of right now, they are blurry when any level of detail is shown on a shared screen during a recording. This needs to be fixed!
I think having the option to specify bitrate for recording audio/video would go a long way - unfortunately at present the quality is very low which makes for painful viewing.
With a few hours passed, I can see that the video quality is perfect now, it seems the upload process takes some time to finesse the quality up, now it's fantastic!
I am currently listening to a recorded meeting and the sound quality is HORRIBLE, it seems to constantly be cutting out. I hated Skype for business because of the reliability but am starting to miss it after having to listen to a 3 hr board meeting again.
as Josh say, the meeting recording is bad
Akil Franklin commented
I agree. We record a lot of knowledge transfer and training sessions and the quality renders these recordings almost unusable. By contrast, when we use GoToMeeting, we don't have quality issues.
raghav subramanian commented
I recorded a one hour long knowledge transfer video full of code sample demos and a PPT and got a blurry 360p recording of it :( We really need better recording quality
Umama C commented
I agree. I am editing a recorded live session and no matter the amount of tweaking the quality remains the same. Very unclear. The audio, however, is very good. But overall the recording quality should definitely be improved upon.
I agree... it is almost unusable at times..