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

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How to convert .wrf to .avi, .mov or any other video format
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01-03-2007 11:57 PM
Basawaraj

J Dogg wrote:
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

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01-05-2007 04:21 AM
omprakash

Webex provides a converter through their website that converts .wrf to .wmf

https://solutions3.webex.com/docs/T23L/common_docs/en_US/record/man/wx_reced_ug.pdf reply

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01-09-2007 05:57 PM
snelson2000

de .wrf a .ppt?. tu eres gilipollas. Si quieres te lo convierto a .doc. reply

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01-30-2007 11:16 AM
beti misiego

rather than pay someone to convert a .wtf, download the webex editor from:

http://www.meetingcenter.net/record_play.htm

And convert them yourself.

1) Open WebEx
2) File > Export reply

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01-30-2007 01:28 PM
mattg

You can download the WebEx Recording Editor at the link below which will allow you to edit modify and enhance .wrf files and save them as Windows Media Video.
https://www.mymeetings.com/netconferencing/WebExOverview.php?tabname= reply

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01-31-2007 10:44 AM
Websoft

For some reason, none of the downloaded apps (recorder, player, or editor) have a File - Export function.. Help, I need to convert webex recordings to something more editable... reply

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01-31-2007 09:14 PM
EEEE

Thanks Vishal !! The Webex download is working great !

Regards
Pooja reply

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02-19-2007 01:36 AM
Pooja Chawla

here you can find webex recording editor 2.4 which will allow you to export to wmv. then go from there. http://www.meetingcenter.net/record_play.htm reply

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03-30-2007 06:28 PM
anon

Imtoo does not have a converter for WRF. I had sent my file to E-Tech at filerepair.net and the conversion was great. reply

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06-29-2007 08:40 AM
Phillip Norden

Thanks for the information everyone. The E-Tech link at www.e-tech.ca helped in our WRF conversion to Quicktime reply

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08-06-2007 04:32 PM
B. Donovan

There is an editor for windows at: http://www.meetingcenter.net/record_play.htm

You can download it, install it, then open a wrf file and in the file menu choose export to, you can export to wmv if you have media player 9 or later. reply

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08-06-2007 06:37 PM
Casco

You can convert the WebEx recordings to WMV file format (playable in Windows Media Player) using WebEx Recording Editor Software.

To convert the WebEx recorded file to WMV file format, you need to have the WebEx Recording Editor 2.4 or higher version.

To check if the WebEx Recording Editor 2.4 or higher version is available on your WebEx Web site, please download and install the WebEx Recording Editor, so that you can check the version of the WebEx Recording Editor.

NOTE: You need to have host account on your WebEx site to download WebEx Recording Editor.

Another possibility is not to convert the document, but to put on intranet or internet following the instructions in this document: http://www.dynametric.com/pdf/webextipsandtricks.pdf

Here is a summary of what is in that document (in case it becomes a deadlink)

Setting up a Hyperlink for Automatic Playback
1) Have your web master create a sub directory on the web server for you to post you’re
WebEx recorded files, example: http://www.companyname.com/webex/playback
2) Have your web master create a page that has hyperlinks that point to these WOT/WRF
files, example:
http://meetingcenter.webex.com/webex/playback.php?FileName=http://www.companyna
me.com/webex/playback/filename.wrf

Note: The hyperlink first goes to WebEx, and the WebEx Player is installed or updated
as needed. Then the WebEx Player launches and opens the file on your web server, and
begins playing the file. The user must have “read” access rights to the WOT/WRF file, or
they will not be able to open it.
3) Test the links to make sure they are working properly before you post them to your production
system or “live” system. reply

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08-28-2007 03:21 AM
Ruut

does anyone know how to change the resolution on a webex .wrf file? I Have a file created at 1280 x 800...need to convert down to 1024 x 768 so that others can stream this file without being too large on their screen.

Tried to convert to .wmv using the webex editor, but having issues with audio losing sync with the video. reply

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08-29-2007 10:39 PM
dorby

Webex actually give a free download from their site to play or record.
http://www.webex.com/downloadplayer.html

Hope this helps reply

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09-12-2007 03:04 PM
TheGodfather

Try the free Webex Editor Recording Converter - you can export .erf files to .WMV

http://www.meetingcenter.net/record_play.htm reply

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09-12-2007 08:25 PM
Tim C

Regarding coverting Webex recordings (.wrf) to another format:

Try the free Webex Recording Editor at

http://www.meetingcenter.net/record_play.htm

Scroll to bottom of page and get the standalone editor.

Open the WRI in the editor and then export to WMV.

Grab it now while its still free if you deal with WRI files. reply

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09-12-2007 08:34 PM
Tim C
2 posts

Try the free Webex Recording Editor - exports WRI files to WMVs.

http://www.meetingcenter.net/record_play.htm

The editor also slices and dices webex recordings so you can break them up, edit them. reply

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09-12-2007 08:42 PM
Tim C
2 posts

Hello everybody,
Your posts helped me a lot, but I still have a problem:

the player/recorder provided on the website of webex is in version 2.7
whereas the version of the editor of meetingcenter is 2.4
So I can’t edit the files I recorded with the recorder v2.7...

Do you know where to find the editor v2.7 ?

Thanks reply

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09-19-2007 09:56 AM
Olaf69

When I export to WMV, the video is terrible. Does any know what the best settings to select when exporting to WMV to obtain the best possible graphics.

It is great to be able to convert the file, but if I lose the graphics quality, it ruins the whole point. reply

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11-08-2007 09:11 AM
jshawgo

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