Converting Webex video recordings to SCORM compliant courses

Mar 12, 2013


Webex video recordings have the extension- .wrf, which is not recognised by Storyline.How can we tackle this, in order to convert the recordings to SCORM compliant courses.

Thanks in anticipation...

13 Replies
Christine Hendrickson

Hi Sameena,

I'm not going to pretend I know anything about Webex file types - but what type of content is in the video? Can you create a screen recording of the video and insert it into your course? Just a quick thought If that doesn't work for you, maybe someone with some Webex experience can give you some additional suggestions.

Good luck! Let us know if you find any other methods for this.

Simon Fulber


I am also trying to do something similar, but actually wanted to convert an WRF (Webex Presentation) file into MP3 (audio) so that I could take some audio clips from the presenter and embedded them into my course through some interactions.

BTW - it appears that Webex Network Recorder Player isn't able to convert WRF (Webex Presentation) files, only .ARF (Advanced Recording FIles).

I have looked into All to MP3 to do this, but it doesn't seem to support converting WRF files.

Any ideas or experience in making the WRF into an MP3 or something where I can take some audio clips?

Of course, I could always ask the Presenter to re-record, but not an option with this situation.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Leslie McKerchie

Hi Judy!

Assuming the audio is you talking about having audio, I hear it perfectly fine in your course.

A recent Adobe Flash Player update may be the problem. The good news is it's easy to fix.

Flash Player 27 introduced a new audio output setting. This setting needs to be configured to use your headphones. Here's how:

  1. Open Internet Explorer. Even if you generally use a different browser, you'll need to use Internet Explorer for this process.
  2. Launch any Flash content in Internet Explorer, such as this sample Storyline course.
  3. Right-click anywhere on the screen and choose Settings from the context menu that appears.
  4. When the Adobe Flash Player Settings appear, click the audio output tab. It looks like a speaker icon.
  5. Use the Audio Output drop-down list to select your output.
  6. Close the Adobe Flash Player Settings window.
  7. Close and reopen Storyline or Quizmaker, then make sure timeline audio is playing as expected.

Click here to see a video demonstration of this process.

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