Export your recordings and clips to MP3 and MP4 files with constant frame and bit rates. Using these exported files of your recordings allows you to effortlessly bring them into any video-editing software, incorporate the audio into podcasts, add audio-only to other visual slides, and, overall, have more creative flexibility in your productions.

What's the difference between the raw video vs. the exported video file?

The exported video file has a constant frame rate and bit rate, optimized for use in video-editing software. The raw MP4 video file has variable frame rate and bit rate, which can result in audio drift.

What is MP3?

MP3 is a compressed audio file format commonly used to store audio tracks, podcasts, audiobooks, etc. Exporting the MP3 file of your recordings and clips strips the video portion of the recording and gives you only the audio part. You can use this audio in a podcast or edit the audio into other visual slides, giving you more creative control over your productions.


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