How to Add audio watermark in Zoom App


It is the process of embedding personal information into the audio as an inaudible watermark during the recording process if you are recording a meeting. Zoom can identify audio files being shared without permission if the person who recorded the meeting is identified.


If you want to utilize this option, you must enable two meeting options: Only members with specified domains can join the meeting and Only members with specified domains can join meetings.


  • The account owner or administrator has the following privileges:
  • Zoom For desktop client
    • Windows: 4.3.46185.0120 or higher
    • macOS: 4.3.53325.0120 or higher
    • Linux: 2.7.162522.0121 or higher
  • Zoom For mobile app
    • iOS: 4.3.0 (54294.0122) or higher
    • Android: 4.3.46193.0120 or higher

how to Enable audio watermark


The following steps must be followed in order to enable audio watermarking for all users in the account:

  1. If you are an administrator, you can edit account settings in the Zoom web portal by logging in as an admin.
  2. Simply click Account Management in the navigation bar and then Account Settings.
  3. You will then be prompted to select Meetings.
  4. You need to make sure that the Add audio watermark checkbox is checked under Schedule Meeting.
  5. Click the toggle switch to enable the setting if it is disabled. Click on the Turn On option when a confirmation dialog box appears in order to verify the change.
  6. Changing this setting to a mandatory setting for all users in your account can be done by clicking the lock icon on the lock bar and then clicking Lock to confirm the selection.
    Note: Only users that are signed in will be able to join the meeting or Only users that are signed in and from a specified domain will be able to attend meetings should be locked.

Looking for information about a music file

You can submit a request to Zoom Technical Support if you would like to know who is responsible for recording a particular audio file. You must include the Meeting ID, the date and time of occurrence and the recording file (either a video or audio file) in your request.

Note: You have to include an audio file that has a duration of at least 2 minutes.