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Record live "Webinar"? (Gotomeeting)

May 17, 2006
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Townsend, Delaware
Your Mac's Specs
1st Gen MacBook; 2G Mac Mini

I'm 'attending' my first 'Webinar' on Thursday, and I'm wondering if it's possible to record it on my Mac for later viewing. (It's a wee bit past my bed-time.) I don't know much about Gotomeeting.com's webinars, except what I just glazed in their FAQs. Not much help there, except to say that Mac users can join a Webinar, using Safari or Firefox. Googling didn't provide much insight, either.

Has anyone ever recorded one of these, or similar? Thanks,


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