Converting .wrf to .avi, .mov or any other video format

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08-12-2005 12:29 PM
J Dogg

I need help converting a webex recording to any other video type. I cannot find a converter that will even recognize the .wrf extension. If anybody knows where I can find a converter I would be greatful.

Thanks,
J reply

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09-12-2005 09:54 AM
Andy Wieland

Me too! I am struggling with the same problem. Did you find anything that works? I was thinking maybe Binker/Smacker, but I haven’t tried yet.

Please let me know if you find something.
AW reply

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09-19-2005 12:44 PM
Dan Flack

I’m also looking for this. I found a website (E-Tech) that will do this for a fee. I did not check their pricing. reply

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10-04-2005 03:06 PM
Joanne

Thanks for the above post. We contacted E-Tech and got our file converted to AVI. I appreciate the tip. reply

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10-04-2005 03:10 PM
Dan Flack

You’re welcome! reply

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11-27-2005 11:47 AM
guyShahaf

Can you please give the full link to the site which is able to convert webex wrf files.
I checked www.E-Tech.com but I don’t think this is the site you meant.
Is the conversion is a service or a software? reply

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11-27-2005 12:37 PM
CHRISTIANE

I WANT THIS LOGICIAL PL. reply

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11-28-2005 12:05 PM
Dan Flack

Hi - E-Tech is a Canadian firm, and they offer a service to convert these files, not software (I wish!). Here’s the web address:

http://www.e-tech.ca/012-FileConversion.asp

Cheers,
Dan reply

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12-14-2005 03:56 AM
Chance

Can some of you who have gotten a convertion done, supply with me with some sample .wrf files? I would like to give this conversion a shot. If successfull, I’ll send the files back to you for comparison with those converted by E-tech.

Contact me at aim handle at pepsipayme or reply back in this thread with a link to a sample .wrf file. reply

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01-16-2006 06:06 PM
ptpitsche

Hello!

Are you still interested in sample files? reply

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01-23-2006 03:03 PM
the_cloud_2002

has some one converted this yet? reply

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02-08-2006 12:25 PM
James Anderson Merritt

Perhaps e-tech provides a service and not software because there is no real converter between the proprietary .wrf format and anything else. At least, I have never been able to find one; neither have I been able to find a definition of the file format, so as to write my own converter. Maybe e-tech does what I do, when I wish to convert: play back a .wrf file with the webex player in real-time, while running the recorder for different format (e.g., Camtasia for .avi). It is a brute-force solution, but as long as the machine is fast, the screen resolution is reasonable, and the recording frame-rate sufficiently low, you get excellent results. reply

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02-14-2006 06:40 AM
Anthony Davis

I dealt with E-tech a while ago and they had decent support so maybe you should send them a mail

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02-17-2006 06:07 PM
Catherine S.

Hi Anthony,

I did contact E-Tech and they have excellent support and did a very professional job. I would definitely recommend going to them.

C reply

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03-02-2006 07:12 AM
Vishal Mahajan

Just follow the link to download the WEBEx player.
http://support.webex.com/support/downloads.html

Chao.
Thanks and with regards,
Vishal reply

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09-11-2006 02:48 PM
Daniel Park

You could always use Camtasia Studio to record the screen and your system sound while playing back the WRF file. Then produce the recorded content as AVI, SWF, FLV, Quicktime and a number of other formats.

My consultancy specializes in Camtasia Studio and could convert anyone’s WRF file into any number of formats, complete with table of contents, if desired.

www.dappertext.com reply

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10-01-2006 04:33 PM
KARL23

Very educating messages from all of you guys... but is it possible to convert .wrf to .ppt? reply

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12-08-2006 04:23 AM
Jeremy A

I tried playing back the .wrf file with the webex player whilst recording with Camtasia but it doesn’t pick up the sound. Any suggestions? reply

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12-08-2006 01:27 PM
Daniel Park

Make sure that the record audio button is enabled, and that you have system sound selected as your recording source. reply

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12-14-2006 03:34 AM
audiolover
25 posts

imtoo has a good converter. reply

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