See a comparison of Zoom and Riverside recording quality and learn how you can take your podcast or videos to the next level with Riverside.
In this video, I'll walk you through the quality comparison between Zoom and Riverside. I've recorded the same dialogue with both Zoom and Riverside to compare the quality take note in the differences between both the audio and the video quality. This is just a test video where I'm going to be recording on both Riverside and Zoom to test the difference and see how the quality compares between the two platforms. This is just a test video where I'm going to be recording on both Riverside and Zoom to test a difference and see how the quality compares between the two platforms. This is just a test video where I'm going to be recording on both Riverside and Zoom to test a difference and see how the quality compares between the two platforms.
Now that I've shown the quality difference. Let me explain what causes the difference in quality. Riverside provides you with high quality local recordings that you can download a separate tracks. After the recording, a local recording is where the audio and the video is recorded on the computer of the person recording then uploaded to the cloud to be downloaded afterwards.
This is different than an internet recording from Zoom or the audio and video is compressed and only available to download in lower case. The quality of the internet recording is dependent on yours and your guests, internet connection, and the resolution will be lower than a local recording. Internet recordings are usually compressed, which further degrades the current. Dropouts and the live video and the glitches that you'll notice in Zoom recordings are not this bulletin local recordings from Riverside.
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The added benefit of a local recording is that your local recordings are not interrupted by an unreliable internet connection and a steady throughout the recording during the live call while recording and Riverside you're hearing and seeing each other over the internet, just like any other video conferencing platform. The difference with Riverside is that the quality of the recording output after is much higher due to the local record. Riverside records each participant locally on their own computer, then automatically uploads it to the cloud, which can then be available to download in your dashboard under the recordings tab.
After you finished recording the local separate tracks are the highest quality files that are recorded locally. Riverside provides you with ISO streams of up to 4k resolution for each individual participant the videos can be up to 4k 24 frames per second, or 29.97 FPS. If you're an enterprise. And the audio files are uncompressed separate way files that are 16 bid at 48 kilohertz you'll receive a separate audio and video track for each user.
These files are ideal for editing the internet recordings are the files that record exactly what you see during the live call. The quality of these files are determined by the internet speed of both the host and the guests, and can fluctuate in quality due to the unreliable internet connection. The zoom only provides you with internet recordings and it's capped at 10 ADP wonder using the enterprise plan.
And if you record a three people, the resolution is then divided by three. So each person is only actually recorded that 360 P lastly, on a short technical note with the video files recorded in Riverside, you can choose between a constant frame rate of 24 or 29.97 FPS. Whereas Zoom only gets you the variable frame rate, making it more difficult to sync to the audio app. Riverside is trusted by world-class companies and content producers from around the globe. For more information, visit riverside.fm/enterprise.
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