By Jason Snell
December 16, 2016 3:17 PM PT
Editing podcasts on iOS: A video example
Note: This story has not been updated for several years.
I’ve written about using Ferrite to edit podcasts on iOS, but sometimes a video does a better job of demonstrating how software works. So with that in mind, I edited (or to be more accurate, re-edited) this week’s episode of Clockwise in Ferrite on my iPad Pro and captured the audio and video while I was doing it. The full edit took about 25 minutes, but I’ve compressed it substantially in this annotated video of the process.
At the end of the video, you’ll see me encoding an MP3 via TwistedWave, though sometimes I use Auphonic instead. Finally, I upload the result with Transmit for iOS.
(You can see a time-lapse of me editing on the Mac in Logic Pro X if you’d like to compare.)
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