This post was most recently updated on August 23rd, 2021
Zoom audio watermark feature (also known as the audio signature feature) allows you to embed this user’s personal information in audio as a watermark that is inaudible to the human ear when the user records the meeting. If an audio file is shared without permission, Zoom can identify which participant recorded the meeting.
- To activate, you must be the account owner or administrator
- Zoom desktop client or mobile app – 2019 year 1 January release
- [ Only for people who sign can participate ] or [ only those who sign in with a user with a specific domain, you can join the meeting ] enabling configuration of
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Zoom Audio Watermark Feature procedure
Enable audio watermark in Zoom
- Zoom logged in to the web portal, [ Account Settings ] to go to.
- [ To schedule a meeting ] with, [ add an audio watermark ] switch to turn on (blue). Optional: Click the lock icon to make this setting mandatory for all users. If this is the case, [ sign only in the people can participate ] or [ only those who sign in with a user with a specific domain, you can join the meeting ] you must also lock settings.
Request Zoom audio file information
If you need to identify the user who recorded the audio file, send a request to Zoom Support. Include the meeting ID, date and time, and file in the request.
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