Unfortunately, Avoma does not fully support in-person meetings; we can record meetings held over video conferencing software (Zoom, Microsoft Teams, etc.) or phone dialers (Outreach, RingCentral, etc.).
If you set up a conference call for your in-person meeting and have it running during the meeting, the call will record, however you may run into the following issues:
- Because only one microphone is being used, the speaker identification will only identify the host. Avoma will not be able to distinguish different speakers in the same room.
- Because some attendees may be sitting further from the microphone, Avoma AI may not pick up all that is being said, including keywords and trigger prompts, which can affect the quality and accuracy of the transcription and AI notes.
If you have an in-person recording in a file format of mp4, avi, mkv, mp3, or wav, you do have the option of Uploading a Meeting Recording into Avoma.
If you have any additional questions, please contact our team at email@example.com.