Download MATLAB webinars

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Ankit
Ankit on 17 Mar 2011
Edited: per isakson on 23 May 2018
I was wondering, if is there anyway way we can download the *MATLAB recorded webinars to be able to view in offline mode ???
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Pouya Jamali
Pouya Jamali on 5 Jun 2012
How did you did it Ankit? please help us...

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Helen Chen
Helen Chen on 18 Mar 2011
Webinars hosted on MathWorks.com cannot be downloaded for local viewing. Just click on the webinar link to watch.
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Jan
Jan on 18 Mar 2011
Is there a reason for that?

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Chandrajit Pal
Chandrajit Pal on 27 Jun 2011
I cannot view the webminars even if I am clicking the webminars. I have also installed the adobe flash player plugins. what to do?
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Kumaravel Jagadeesan
Kumaravel Jagadeesan on 16 Jul 2011
update ur flash player

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chef13
chef13 on 24 Oct 2011
I' m in the same situation.
I don't want to download for a special reason, but because I can't watch good the webinar. Everytime I try to watch a Webinar it stops at some time of the webinar and It never restart... How can I do?
Thank you in advance,
Fabrizio.

Andres
Andres on 16 May 2013
Use a screen recorder like Camtas.... or other If you can see a webinar then use another web browser or update the flash player. Usually if flash isn't updated it will stop working ... Adobe fault.

meridunia
meridunia on 22 Aug 2013
Here is a hack that you can use:
look for the wrf file name in the source of the html launch page, and paste the url into the browser address bar. With IE, you would be asked to "Open" or "Save", select "Save". Now, you can play the .wrf file offline with the webex player from http://www.webex.com/customercare/downloads-player.html

Boon
Boon on 19 Jun 2014
Edited: Boon on 2 Sep 2014
Here is a probable solution, Click here

Shivaputra Narke
Shivaputra Narke on 23 May 2018
Edited: per isakson on 23 May 2018
If you are not able to download it, try to record video using software like camcoder or simply using powerpoint.
1. Open Microsoft Powerpoint
2. Go to menu 'Insert'
3. Go to section 'Media'
4. Click on 'Screen Recording'

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