There could be an opportunity to record calls - both: audio and video. Open formats are preferred: webm or Ogg container (Ogg Theora video and Ogg Vorbis audio).
At first I would like to save recording locally to my own computer.
Certainly - all participants will be announced about recording started.
Support to cloud storage systems would be appreciated to store recordings - especially ownCloud but also others: Dropbox, Google Drive etc.
Also support to video portals would be appreciated to save recording after doing it or even directly in realtime if it is supported.
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