How To Upload Zoom Recordings to OneDrive


How to download Zoom recordings and upload them to OneDrive.



Use the following directions to upload Zoom files or folders to OneDrive.

Uploading Zoom Recordings to OneDrive is a two-step process.

  1. Download recordings to your computer.
  2. Upload recordings to OneDrive.


Download Zoom Meeting Recordings to Your Computer

For Cloud Recordings (not available for Zoom HIPAA accounts)

  1. Sign into
  2. From the left-hand navigation, click Recordings.
  3. Locate the Topic column, then click the title of the recording you wish to download.
  4. Click Download.
  5. Follow the prompts to save the recordings to your computer. Verify the speaker view and the shared screen options appear.
    Note: Depending on your recording settings, there may be more than one file to download. Downloaded recordings are saved as .mp4 files.

For Local Recordings

Make sure you saved Zoom recordings on your computer. By default, they are in the following file locations:

  • PCC:\Users\User Name\Documents\Zoom
  • Mac/Users/User Name/Documents/Zoom

If you change the file location for your saved recordings, they will appear at that location. See the Zoom guide to finding and viewing local recordings.


Upload recordings to OneDrive

  1. Sign in to OneDrive.
  2. Browse to the location containing the recording files or folders you want to upload.
    Note: To create a new folder to store your files, select New from the menu ribbon, then select Folder, enter a name for your folder, then click Create.
  3. Locate the ribbon, click Upload, then select either Files or Folder from the drop-down list.
  4. Select the file(s) or folder(s) you wish to upload, then click Upload.
  5. The upload begins and a status appears in the upper-right corner.
  6. A message appears when the upload is done.



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