Online meeting audio and video recordings are typically performed in the cloud. As a result, conference call recordings may contain call quality imperfections that are caused by, for example, network impairments that may have arisen during the meeting. A recording may also be limited by, for example, any bandwidth constraints that were present between the meeting participants and the cloud. To address these types of challenges, various solutions are presented herein through several techniques. In particular, the techniques may include the distributed local recording of a meeting to allow for, among other things, high quality cloud-constructed playback of a meeting while minimizing the cost of local storage on each device. The techniques may further provide for high quality audio recordings by, for example, initiating local recording on a speaker’s device when bandwidth issues arise and then through a cloud agent collecting and integrating such local recordings into a final recording that may subsequently be published and reused.
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Singhan, Aachala; Taipale, Alex; De Faria, Ana Lucia; Hayes, Kyla; Dahir, Hazim; Giralt, Paul; Abrougui, Kaouther; Kerehalli, Sandhya; Apcar, Jeff; and Anandakrishnan, Geetha, "HIGH QUALITY MULTI-PARTICIPANT CONFERENCE RECORDINGS USING DISTRIBUTED INTELLIGENT LOCAL BUFFERS", Technical Disclosure Commons, (April 14, 2021)