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21 May 2020
@marzzzello:tchncs.demarzzzello* Ginny McQueen (she/her) I never used it myself but maybe https://studio-link.de is something for you. It's a software made by a german podcaster. Someone made a Quickstart guide in english here https://sendegate.de/t/studiolink-quicksart-guide-auf-englisch/1092608:44:22
@ginnymcqueen:matrix.orgGinny McQueen (she/her)Cool, I will investigate, thanks :)08:48:18
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@DatseMultimedia:matrix.orgJigme Datse (they/them)

I've not really done that, but I kind of feel that it depends on what works for you, and the people you are interviewing. If you're doing a live interview, the way you suggest probably is preferable, but it often involves a significant amount of work for each participant, and technical knowledge.

As long as people have good network connections, and the service doesn't end up over compressing, in a lot of cases, the quality improvement should be marginal. But the "unnoticeable changes in how we compress video" have been incredibly noticeable for me. So, I don't know if services like Skype end up having similar problems even when you limit to audio.

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@DatseMultimedia:matrix.orgJigme Datse (they/them)Of course, if you want to host your own Jitsi or whatever, that shouldn't be affected by, "everyone is doing this" in the same way centralized services are. 16:20:33
@narf_narf:matrix.orgnarfFor our podcast, we talk using Discord, then one of us streams to Youtube and Twitch (using Restream.io). Youtube records all that, so for editing, I download the video from youtube and edit that. It's not perfect, but it's good enough. For us, it was more important that the process to be easy, because we record weekly and we don't have infinite time for editing. You can listen to the sound quality of the result if you want: onajusteunevie.ca (it's all in Quebec French though, lol)18:36:12
@narf_narf:matrix.orgnarf * For our podcast, we talk using Discord, then one of us streams to Youtube and Twitch (using Restream.io). Youtube records all that, so for editing, I download the video from youtube and edit that. It's not perfect, but it's good enough. For us, it was more important that the process to be easy, because we record weekly and we don't have infinite time for editing. You can listen to the sound quality of the result if you want: onajusteunevie.ca (it's all in Quebec French though, lol)18:36:33
22 May 2020
@eorn:goe.landeorn I've also heard of https://zencastr.com that allows you to export one track per guest 07:50:53
@ginnymcqueen:matrix.orgGinny McQueen (she/her)Thanks for the input, everyone! I have lots to play with now. :)15:03:36
23 May 2020
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Hey podcasty friends! Funkwhale is slowly organizing a way for us to produce a Funkwhale podcast, and I was curious how any of you who do remote interview recording do it.

I'm used to using whatever call app of choice like Skype or whatever thing better than Skype, then having everyone record their own audio on their end to optimize the audio quality. This requires more editing, but the end result is usually much better.

But I haven't produced a podcast in a couple years, so maybe this has changed?

Is there a decent way to record that doesn't require every participant to record their own audio? I feel like there isn't, but I've been out of it for a while. :) Thanks!

I used to do it with the call-in feature from Anchor, which is a feature that I know was requested regarding funkwhale, so maybe we can have that in another version? In the medium-term future, I mean. Not right now, of course! ^^;

Alas, I have no idea how people have been doing it without anchor. I tried with skype once and it was awful.

If I was still doing those right now I'd prolly go with riot and try to record it that way. Not sure it'd sound good, though, but at least it's an alternative to skype et al...

I'm interested in your findings!

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@aabe:matrix.orgaabe Ginny McQueen (she/her): Maybe you've already find the software you need... Just in case, i co-host a radio show and we use mumble. Free software, you can record the whole conversation or a track for every participant. If you install the application, you have tons of servers to choose from; or you can self-host it if that's a possibility, it's very low on resources. 09:05:28
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