Webex Recording Format
Webex Recording Format (WRF) is a proprietary video container format used to store recordings created by Webex, a video conferencing program used mainly in business environments. It appears, based on mentions of a specific codec not "being accepted" by a conversion program, to be a container format; the fact that it can use the H.264 codec suggests that it may internally use other widely-used formats, as well. It is possible that it may record other details of the video conference, such as text chat, as well. It succeeded WOT and was succeeded by Advanced Recording Format (although WRF has persisted for recordings made directly by the client software; see the Advanced Recording Format page for details). It seems to share the magic number ASCII
WOTF ("WOT File", presumably) with WOT.
- SharingApp_ContactOperation.wrf (Produced garbage output when tested with the 2004 version of the player; unclear where the flaw is.)
- Webex Player
- WRF2WMV: Convert to WMV
- WebEx Recording Editor User Guide: Manual for WebEx Recording Editor, apparently lost software
- ↑ Wikipedia:Webex, see date of founding
- ↑ Date of https://web.archive.org/web/20030724053357/http://meetingcenter1.webex.com/client/latest/atplay.exe
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 https://help.webex.com/en-us/WBX000026388/WRF2WMV-Converter → "Note"
- ↑ http://www.wbximg.com/includes/documents/data-sheets/NBR_datasheet.pdf; unclear how much of this applies only to ARF
- ↑ http://searchengineblaster.com/wots/sebtour.wot
- ↑ https://archive.org/download/SharingAppContactOperation/SharingApp_ContactOperation.wrf