You have come here because you downloaded a WebEx ARF file. These are used by some training companies. You brought it home, and you want to put it on your Mac so you can convert the ARF to .MP4 and transfer it to your iPhone. Perhaps you know that the ARF Player for Windows will export to Flash, WMV and (takes @ 1 hour) to MP4.
You have downloaded the OS X version and completed the installation. Now you're ready to begin.
Except ... where's the application?
Sigh. I might as well tell you directly. The OS X version of the ARF Player has no conversion options. All it does is play the ARF file. The executables are installed in your User Library:
/Users/(user name)/Library/Application Support/WebEx Folder
There's no Application UI, but if you double click on an ARF file it will play. There's also a shortcut on your desktop
I suppose we should be grateful that they used an OS X installer with a log. I think the uninstall is deleting the Library Folder.
If you want to convert to .MP4 on a Mac, you'll need to run a VM.
Yes, Cisco does suck.
You can, however, play back the ARF file and use Audio Hijack to grab the audio as it plays and save it as an AAC or MP3 file.