Recording Time Limit

What is the maximum recording time for a session on the recording platform?

You will likely have been informed of the maximum allowed length by whomever invited you to the recording session.

The maximum recording time for a session on the recording platform may vary depending on the specific plan or configuration set by the session host or the platform itself. The exact recording time limit can be determined by the host and communicated to the participants. 

You will not be able to alter the time maximum recording time, but the allotted recording time should be more than sufficient for the requested content.

Here are some tips for keeping your message within the maximum allowed recording time:

  • Plan and script your content
    Before recording, create a detailed plan and script for your video. Outline the key points you want to cover and allocate time limits for each section. You may have been provided, or will be guided by, specific and scripted content to be used in the actual recording session.
  • Keep it concise
    Focus on delivering your message succinctly. Avoid unnecessary rambling or going off-topic. Stick to the main points and eliminate any superfluous information.
  • Use an outline or teleprompter
    If you struggle with staying on track, consider using an outline or teleprompter tool if made available to you. These can help you maintain a structured flow and prevent excessive time spent searching for words.
  • Practice and time yourself
    Practice your presentation multiple times to get a sense of your timing. Use a stopwatch or timer to track how long it takes to deliver your content. Make adjustments as necessary to fit within the allotted time.
  • Prioritize key information
    Identify the most critical information you need to convey. If you find yourself running out of time, ensure that the essential details are covered, even if it means omitting less crucial points.
  • Be mindful of pacing
    Maintain a steady pace throughout your video. Speak clearly and avoid rushing through the content. Slow down when explaining complex concepts and speed up for simpler or less critical points.
  • Break down complex topics
    If you need to cover complex subjects within a limited time, consider breaking them down into digestible segments. Focus on key aspects or provide high-level overviews, directing viewers to additional resources for more in-depth understanding.
  • Trim unnecessary pauses or hesitations
    During the editing process, remove unnecessary pauses, ums, and ahs that can extend the length of your video. However, be cautious not to sacrifice natural flow or make the content sound too rushed.
  • Rehearse and review
    After recording your video, review the footage to identify areas where you can further refine your delivery and timing. Rehearse again if needed and make any necessary adjustments to ensure the content fits within the allotted time.
  • Use visual aids or slides strategically
    If appropriate or relevant, supplement your video with visual aids or slides. Visual elements can help convey information more efficiently and save time on lengthy explanations.