Hi @Philip Lind,
Based on my test this should be the expected behavior.
As in Teams recording it records the Teams meeting window (including the attendees) rather than only the screen you are seeing.
That is why changing the view to Focus on the content, which is a user-side setting**,** does not affect what contents are recorded.
Here are also some related Teams Uservoice threads:
Can we please edit participants view from Recorded Sessions
Request to provide setting to allow full screen recording without profile picture.
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And if it is possible, I would suggest using some third-party recording tools instead to custom the recording area as a workaround.
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Thanks for the update!
Please kindly note that the recording in Teams may not always record the actual view the organizer is seeing.
In the organizer's view, you can see contents, co-organizers, etc.
This view is more like a control panel only available to organizer, while these would not be shown to attendees (they would have their own view of the content, attendees and chat).
It is the same in recording.
It is not the same as the recording, the recording is neither?
Please see the following screenshots:
1.This is the view of the organizer kael (since he is not presenting, you can also consider him as an attendee)
2.This is the view of the presenter user01
3.This is the recording
I see, but again your recording dosen't make sense, why is the pictures on the left side?
I want them below or above like your organizer :)
Thanks for the update.
I understand your concern while this is the current design.
If you would like to custom the recording area, a workaround would be using some third-party recording tools as mentioned in my former reply.
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