04-13-2020 11:50 AM
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08-14-2020 06:12 AMSolution
@chiprule I know this is really late, but I got to this question by Googling the same thing and thought I should answer for the next person. By default these are in your standard Windows Downloads folder -- but if it's redirected, you can click the Files icon in the left-hand column, then Downloads, then the Open Downloads Folder button to find it.
08-14-2020 05:02 PM
@chiprule Hi when you run a live event from Microsoft Teams the event is created and stored in Azure Media services and not stored in Stream. The organiser can download the recording after the event and upload to Stream if required. Microsoft reference https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/manage-a-live-event-recording-and-reports-in-teams-6d1f5d...
10-09-2020 06:22 AM
If the recordings aren't available in Streams you may find them another way. I went back into my Teams calendar and double-clicked on the completed/closed Teams Live event. If you scroll down within the event box you will see Manage Live Event Resources. Open that link and you will see three arrows to download the Recording, the Q&A session, and the attendee engagement report (assuming they were all turned on prior to the Live Event.) If you download the recording it will begin downloading an MP4 file to your default downloads folder on your local computer. As an example, my 52 minute meeting was downloaded to my local PC and was 545 MB in size.