The benefits of Zencastr's built in VoIP is that it is simpler for everyone to not have multiple programs to worry about. Zencastr can also apply some echo cancellation if it is handling the VoIP stream. Only the host needs an account. Anyone can join the call and use the VoIP. Most people who use Skype alongside Zencastr do so because they want video as well as audio, or they want to continue to run a Skype Call Recorder as a backup recording.
Articles in this section
- Why can't the host recover a guest's failed wav upload without cooperation from the guest?
- How to change the sample rate of your audio device / microphone.
- How do I know if my internet is fast enough?
- What does 'Cross Gate' mean under the advanced options in Automatic Postproduction?
- Do unused postproduction credits rollover into the next month? Or are they lost at the end of month?
- How long is a Zencastr episode link usable?
- We will be recording in the same room. Will it be best to record on separate computers or use a mixer/audio interface?
- What does it mean when a track is unfinalized?
- Does Zencastr support mobile/phone?
- Can I use Zencastr in incognito mode?