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Zencastr is a cloud-based solution that provides businesses with tools to add manage and edit audio clips for podcasts. Professionals can collaborate and communicate with multiple users through chats and Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) functionality.
Zencastr allows organizations to add live footnotes under audio clips and integrate the platform with Google Drive and Dropbox. Managers can encrypt voice chats, add custom introductions in audios and use the hotkeyed playback tool to control the looping and volume of files. Additionally, it lets users insert audio clips in live recordings and securely store imported files in third-party applications.
Zencast enables production managers to mix the audio or video segments of multiple tracks and perform lo...
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Riccardo from Woodaeon
Company Size: 1 employee
Industry: Arts and Crafts
Time Used: More than 2 years
Review Source: Capterra
Value for money
After signing up for this, you won't need anything else to record your audio or video content
What's not to like about Zencastr??? It has a clean and intuitive interface, it makes inviting people to join you for a remote recording as easy as copying, pasting and sharing a link, and it makes sure that none of your recordings get lost thanks to its automated back-up integration with the likes of Google Drive and Dropbox. The automated post production is huge, especially if you wouldn't like to end up down the audio editing rabbit hole, and the soundboard is solid enough to let you do the majority of the editing your podcast content is probably going to need. Being able to add footnotes and comments is a nice plus, and the video recording side of things can really transform Zencastr into the ultimate platform to record your audio and video content remotely.
I have to be honest, it's really difficult to find something I don't like about Zencastr. I have other of some people having had some small issues depending on the web browser they were using but that hasn't been the case for me. Perhaps, having a mobile app to be able to do even just some of the things (e.g. like managing and sharing files) could be handy