WRF files are WebEx Recording files that were created with Cisco’s WebEx Recorder program. This software records the screen and is commonly used for training, demo and the like. It can capture everything on the screen, including mouse movements. These files can contain sound as well as video, but often do not.
There is a less common type of WRF file – those created with the Thinkfree office suite program Write. These are text-based files that can contain images, graphs and more, the same way DOC files might.
How can you open WRF files?
The proprietary Cisco software is the easiest way to open these files – they can also be converted to the ARF format. This is done by uploading the file to Cisco WebEx and then re-downloading it as an ARF. This filetype can store even more information than just the WRF can – specifically, they can also contain information about a meeting such as a table of contents or a list of attendees.
WRF files from Write can be opened with Thinkfree software – specifically, with older versions, as the more modern ones called Word no longer support the format.
What programs work with WRF files?
The primary tool to open this is the Cisco WebEx Player. Both older and newer versions support the format and can work with this filetype.