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    Andy
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    Zoom is ubiquitous and most people know how to use it. It just works, but the audio/video quality is not great.

    I’ve been using Riverside.fm for a few months now and have liked it. It records high-quality (1080p and 4K) video and audio. They’ve been adding new features, the most recent being a Media Board that allows you to play audio and video clips during your recording. Think podcast intros, jingles, ad reads, and video clips. These are things you can do live, saving you valuable editing time in post-production.

    https://podcastgym.com/riverside

    The coupon code Mediaboard25 activates a 25% discount on the first 3 months of a subscription. Users can activate this discount code during checkout.

    Check out this video demo:

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    I’m going to be checking out SquadCast soon because their audio recording platform is great. They’ve had video for a bit and have also been improving upon it. Stay tuned.

    If you’re recording video and audio, what have you been using?

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