Do you have any ideas, suggestions and feature requests for the next version of ISL Recording Player? If you do, now is the time to let us know about them as we just started a new development cycle for the next release. Please leave them in a comment on this post or send us an email to email@example.com.
About ISL Recording Player 3.0
ISL Recording Player lets you open and view all recordings that capture everything during an ISL Online session including manually added bookmarks for easier playback. It works on all major operating systems (Windows, Mac, Linux) with its user interface translated into 26 languages (among others, English, German, Spanish, Japanese and Chinese). Session recordings are written in a special small size format .isr, although you can easily export .isr files into .avi if needed.
Where to download the latest ISL Recording Player?
Go to islonline.com, open ISL Tools under products and find ISL Recording Player. Or just click Download ISL Recording Player for the direct download.
How to record online meetings and webinars in ISL Groop?
When you are in an online meeting, open the Recording tab and click start. Place bookmarks during the meeting whenever you want to mark an important slide, topic, discussion or anything else worth your attention.
How to record remote desktop support in ISL Light?
Session recording during remote support comes to make sense only after having switched on desktop sharing. That’s why ISL Light offers you the choice to start recording a session in the ISL View window, which already shows the remote client’s shared desktop. You open the ‘Tools’, click on ‘Recording’, load a plug-in if you’re new at this, and start recording.
How to record remote access in ISL AlwaysOn 2.0?
Although ad-hoc session recording works the same in ISL AlwaysOn 2.0 as it does in ISL Light (look above) you can easily automatize it to record every remote access to your computer. Just start the program installed on the remotely accessible (client) computer by double-clicking the ISL AlwaysOn icon in the taskbar, then click the green ISL AlwaysOn button to open the ‘Settings’, and check ‘Enable session recording’ under ‘Desktop Sharing’. That’s it. All recordings will be automatically saved to a selected destination.
If you haven’t tried session recording yet, I encourage you to test the latest ISL Recording Player 3.0 released this January. After that, don’t forget to leave a comment or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org expressing your ideas, suggestions or feature requests for the next version of ISL Recording Player.