Online & In-Person EMDR Tools – BilateralBase
Bilateral Base enables therapists to securely record their sessions for reasons such as supervision or accreditation.
This guide will show you how to:
An hour of recording will use ~500mb (0.5gb) of disk space.
We recommend that you keep each recording under 90mins, otherwise the files can get extremely large and may give your computer indigestion!
When you start recording, your client will see a message on their screen to let them know.
When you are ready to stop recording:
Your file will be saved to your ‘internet downloads’ folder.
Once you have stopped your session recording, it will be saved to whichever folder has been set for internet downloads. This will be the default folder unless this has been changed.
Windows default folder:
Mac default folder:
This is how to find your internet downloads folder in Google Chrome (it is very similar in other browsers):
Session recordings will be saved in the .webm format. This video file type provides excellent quality in a small file size. It is now supported by most media players, and an easy way to view is by using the Google Chrome web browser.
To protect the privacy of you and your clients, recordings of sessions are only stored on your local computer (not on Bilateral Base’s Servers).
Here are some suggested ways that you can safely share your file with a trusted recipient:
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