This wikihow will teach you how to use the Network Recording Player application on your computer to open and view online meeting recordings saved in the ARF (Advanced Recording File) format extension.
Part 1 of 2: Install the NR Player
Step 1. Open www.webex.com/play-webex-recording.html in a browser
Here you can download the free Network Recording Player application for the system and use it to open ARF files.
Step 2. Click Windows or Mac OSX under the heading " ARF file.
" This will download the installation file to your computer.
If you don't have a default download folder, you will be prompted to select a download location
Step 3. Run the installation file on the computer
Locate the file you just downloaded, and open it to start the installation.
If you're using a Mac, open the DMG file you just downloaded, and double-click the PKG file to launch the installer
Step 4. Follow the steps and click Install in the setup window
This will install the Network Recording Player application on the computer.
Depending on the version, you may need a new username or confirm the password for the computer in a new pop-up window
Step 5. Click Finish or Close to exit setup.
This will close the installation window. Now you can use Network Recording Player to view ARF files.
Part 2 of 2: Play an ARF file
Step 1. Open the Network Recording Player application on the computer
You can find it in the Start menu on Windows, or on the desktop on a Mac.
Step 2. Click the File tab
This button is in the upper left corner of the screen. This will open the options for the file in a drop-down menu.
Step 3. Click Open on the File menu
This will open the file explorer in a pop-up window and it will ask you to select a file and view it.
You can also use a keyboard command to open a file. Just press Control + O on Windows or Command + O on Mac
Step 4. Select the ARF file you want to view
Locate the recording file you want to play, and click on it from the file browser to select it.
Step 5. Click the Open button
This will open and play the ARF recording in the Network Recording Player application.