Did you know you can record separate audio files during your Zoom meetings?
Recording Zoom meetings is a fantastic tool and a great way to create content. But usually each person’s audio is at a different level, some are loud, while others are at a whisper.
So, here’s a pro tip for recording a Zoom meeting for use later on.
Zoom settings have a lot of options for your video, audio and recording. Before recording a zoom meeting, look at enabling “Record a separate audio file for each participant who speaks" option.
With this enabled, you will have separate audio files for each member of the meeting. If you find any are too loud or too soft, you can edit the audio files in video editors like Camtasia or Adobe Premiere Pro. There are even some basic online editors that may be useful as well.
Here are 4 easy steps to enable it:
Open your Zoom app and click on the little cog just under your profile picture.
Scroll down and click on the Recording tab option.
In Recording check the box for “Record a separate audio file for each participant who speaks" option.
Now your all set to go for your next video meeting.
To fix up your audio files:
Once you have your separate audio files of the meeting it’s as easy as just uploading the audio file you want to improve to the platform or program you are using.
(Tip-save the file as something different, like “draftaudio1" that way you don’t change the original)