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Remotely.fm

The platform podcasters use to record remote interviews in studio quality. Nothing to install. Just hit record.

5.0
(1 review)
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  • Paid
  • Free Trial
  • $15.0 / Monthly (5 hours of recording per month)

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    2023-06-15

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  1.  
    Reliable and easy

    We've been using Remotely for a year and never had any technical issues. Recording quality is great, and the branding functionality makes us seem more professional.

    The only con is that it doesn't do live streaming yet, if you need that.

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  • fixing portrait mode phone footage
    I'm using Premiere Pro 22.1.1. The footage was recorded online using remotely.fm. I've found the distortion effect went away when I stopped using a proxy for the portrait footage. Footage is MPEG4 AAC, H.264. The portrait footage is 720x1080, the landscape footage is 1920 x 1080. If I can ask another question, what do I need to do to be able to edit this footage together in the same sequence? i.e. I guess the next... Source: about 1 year ago
  • Riverside vs Zencastr? For a double-ender podcast (experiencing audio drift).
    Hey there, I'd like to suggest Remotely to add to your platform decision. We've built it with audio drift in mind, you're guaranteed to have all tracks at same length. Source: about 1 year ago
  • footage is pixelated when playing but not when paused
    I recorded a video conversation on podcast software (remotely.fm), it looks pixelated on playback but when I pause the frame looks perfectly crisp. One speaker is 30fps, the other is 26.61 fps. The pixelated speaker is the one at 26.61fps. Can I fix this? If so, how? This will end up in a documentary. Thanks. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Anyone else use anchor for podcasts?
    As for what to use, I personally recommend Remotely. It's a pretty straightforward web-based recorder. They've even got some auto-mix software now that you can use for the episode. If you want to go a step beyond just auto-mixing, you should look at using something like Descript or a true DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) like Audition or Pro Tools. Source: over 1 year ago
  • How to record guest calling in for interview?
    Remotely.fm I have found to be pretty good for video plus audio. They also do just audio calls. Source: over 1 year ago
  • How do the pros do remote podcasting?
    I use remotely.fm it's a little expensive but the recording quality is better than anything I've been able to achieve with any other setup. Plus you have the option of only downloading the audio and you can send your guest links of just them or the whole video. It's also good for making reels since you can control whose talking. For me it makes post production so much easier, and you can send out guest invitations... Source: almost 2 years ago
  • How to cast video into an interview
    I was going to get remotely.fm to host interviews on but I'm unsure if it supports a screensharing feature like what I've seen on some videos. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Recording interviews remotely
    There are few tools built for this use case. I've used remotely.fm and it's been working well. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Most reliable remote recording platform? Iris.fm vs Remotely.fm vs Squadcast.fm ?
    Looking at your comment history. Do you work for remotely.fm? Source: over 2 years ago
  • Alternatives to Riverside.fm
    I made a post about this a while back. I still think remotely.fm is the best I've come across, and I think my data has held up. I work with a few clients that use Zencastr and still occasionally get episodes with digital drift (a scourge worse than Zoom's low-quality glitches, IMO since it's more subtle and sinister)... So for now I'll stick with recommending Remotely. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Alternatives to Riverside.fm
    We've been using remotely.fm over the past year and it's been working great. Locally recorded audio and video, and super reliable. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Alternatives to Riverside.fm
    I've been using remotely.fm and haven't had any issues with lag. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Basic setup help please
    I'm sorry this question is so basic but I need help! I have a Logitech C922 camera, I'm doing remote interviews and I need to manually adjust focus, exposure etc. That's all I need, just to manually set up some settings for a live locally recorded interview (using remotely.fm software). I won't be gaming or adding anything else. I have downloaded G hub, but the camera settings are all greyed out and on auto. I... Source: over 2 years ago
  • How to do a podcast with someone out of state?
    I can recommend remotely.fm. High quality audio/video and super easy to use. Source: over 2 years ago
  • What is a good program to use to record video podcast of two people remotely?
    What you want to do is a “double ender”, which means that each participant records them self on their own computer. This means that the recorded quality will be great, regardless of network connection. You can do this for free using something like Discord + Audacity + Google Drive, or I can recommend remotely.fm which does it all for you. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Starting out
    If you don't have that budget, using Zoom can work well if the network connection of your guest is good. You can also do a double-ender (you each record your side of the conversation using a tool like Audacity, and then everyone uploads the recorded tracks to something like Google Drive). This will get you equally good quality as remotely.fm, but it will be a bit more hassle, especially for not-so-tech-savvy guests. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Record over long distance
    I can recommend remotely.fm for remote recording. Easy to use and very reliable. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Less buggy alternatives to Zencastr?
    We are using remotely.fm and it's been great. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Which software for interview recording ?
    I've been using remotely.fm for remote interviews. It records the audio (and optionally video) locally, so the quality will be much better than what you'd get from Zoom or Skype. It has been very reliable and easy to use. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • starting podcast remotely
    Each participant can record their audio/video locally (using something like Audacity) and send it to you. If you want to avoid that hassle you can use a service that does the local recording for you, such as remotely.fm. It's as simple as Zoom, but it records the audio and video locally for each participant. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • anchor alternative
    I'd recommend recording the audio locally on your computer. This can be done through something like Audacity, or you can use remotely.fm which does the recording for you and your guests. It's easy to use and super reliable. Source: almost 3 years ago

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