Create short and shareable clips out of longer Google Meet recordings with tl;dv. Bite-size snippets of call moments will help showcase insights across your organization – faster and more smoothly than ever! Empowering your team to quickly catch up on key meeting take-aways.
The tl;dv extension for recording Google Meet meetings is…well, more than just that! Your recorded video can easily be turned into snippets for smarter sharing. When you want to create a clip out of a Google Meet recording, simply highlight the part of the transcript that correlates with the call moment. Once you’ve reviewed your clip, you can start sharing. Send the clip to a specific colleague, link to it on Slack, or add it to a team library. Editing GMeet video with tl;dv is intuitive, quick – and the most efficient way to share meeting moments.
Was a major decision reached halfway through the meeting? Did a user mention something relevant to your developers? Want to share some feedback from an investor? With tl;dv, it’s easier than ever to edit Google Meet video recordings for simple, time-efficient sharing. When everyone is busy, let them jump straight into the moments that matter.
How often is the full two hours of a recorded meeting relevant in its entirety…to everyone? When you’re selective about the call moments you share, you save everyone’s time. Editing Google Meet recordings into smaller clips, or trimming out the small talk in the beginning of a recorded meeting, helps keep the focus on the moments that matter.
Recording a Google Meet call has never been easier. It doesn’t matter if you’re the host or an attendee – with tl;dv, a bot will join your meeting the moment you’re ready to record and transcribe. Type notes in the tl;dv interface during or after the call – these will turn into handy timestamps that allow you to retrace the agenda and jump to specific moments in the recording. Need to cut out the small talk for a smoother video? Our editing tool helps you create clips in seconds. Learn more about tl;dv AI.
Susana de Sousa
Director of Support, Loom