Recordings enable you to convert live video from 100ms rooms into long-lived video assets. 100ms can generate different types of recordings:

Recording modes for video conferencing

  • Track recordings - Record each audio and video track of each peer as separate assets.
  • Stream recordings - Record each peer's media streams (audio and video tracks combined) as separate assets.
  • Composite recordings - Record as a single composed asset combining media tracks of all peers in the room

Choosing a recording mode

Compare track, stream and composite recordings for your use cases. Compare recording modes →

Recording a livestream

Live stream recording enables capturing a continuous feed of audio or video in real-time during a live broadcast event. It focuses on low latency for interactivity over post-production flexibility. 100ms offers two recording formats:

  • Video-On-Demand (VOD): Generated HLS file enables re-playable video with adaptive bitrates. Can be unzipped or zipped when storing.
  • Per Layer MP4 Files: Records separate MP4 videos for chosen resolution layers. Gives access to distinct raw footage files.

In summary, VOD recording is better for on-demand playback while Per Layer MP4's allow remixing footage. Choice depends on needs. But 100ms enables recording live streams in multiple ways maximizing flexibility.
For more details, head to Livestream recording →

Recording Assets

Recording Media Assets

Different assets types generated on 100ms.
View recording assets →

Storage configuration

Understand how to store your recordings.
Refer storage configuration →

Get Recording Assets

Fetch recording asset types generated.
Get recording assets→

Recordings Guides

Recordings Resources

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