February 2, 2023, 2:36am
Thank you so much for your patience and help.
I’ve read the docs and found that Zoom App SDK provides an API named “allowParticipantToRecord”.
It allows a specific participant to start a local recording. This API will trigger a pop-up consent dialog in the client to let the host allow or not allow.
Could you please help confirm whether this API works for a Meeting Bot implmented with Zoom Meeting SDK web portal?
What’s the difference between
#allowParticipantToRecord and #GET meetingLocalRecordingJoinToken?
This is confusing to me.
Thanks for reaching out to the Zoom Developer Forum, I am happy to help here!
What> do you mean when you say the following:
Meeting Bot implemented with Zoom Meeting SDK web portal?
Do you mean the Zoom Meeting SDK for Web?
If so, then you can not use the “allowPartiipantToRecord” method. The Zoom App SDK methods are intended to be used only for in-client applications also known as Zoom Apps (they run inside of the Zoom Client)
Hope this helps,
February 7, 2023, 2:50am
Thank you so much for reaching out.
I want to develop a Zoom app that can record the audio/video of a Zoom meeting. What instructions should I follow to use the “allowPartiipantToRecord” method?
February 7, 2023, 2:52am
Yes, here I mean the meeting bot is implemented with Zoom meeting SDK for Web.
So if you are developing a bot for Zoom meeting SDK for web, you won’t be able to use the Zoom App SDK methods
February 8, 2023, 2:22am
I want to develop a Zoom App that can record the audio/video of a Zoom meeting. What instructions should I follow to use the “allowPartiipantToRecord” method?