AnyDesk Remote Session Recording
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What is an ANYDESK file?
An ANYDESK file is a recording of a remote desktop session conducted using AnyDesk, a remote desktop application. It shows the contents of the user's screen during their AnyDesk session. ANYDESK files can be played only in AnyDesk Session Player.
AnyDesk is a cross-platform remote desktop application that allows users to access another computer from their current computer. For example, a remote worker may use AnyDesk to access their work computer from their home computer, provided both machines have AnyDesk installed.
While using AnyDesk to access a computer, users can record their remote desktop session. For example, a user might want to record themselves performing a certain task, so they can share the recording as a tutorial. AnyDesk saves session recordings as ANYDESK files.
ANYDESK files contain a recording of everything that occurred on a user's screen while the recording was active. Users can configure AnyDesk to start a recording whenever they launch a remote desktop session, or users can manually start and stop recording their sessions.
NOTE: AnyDesk typically saves ANYDESK files in the ~/Videos/AnyDesk directory.
How to open an ANYDESK file
You can play an ANYDESK file in AnyDesk's Session Player. To do so, either double-click the file on a device that has AnyDesk installed, or select the file from the Session History icon that appears in AnyDesk's top-right corner.