Ability to podcast, videocast and livestream while recording separate high quality tracks for each participant for post-production.
Zoom and Skype recording quality is limited by network bandwidth. Boomcaster records separate streams for each participant locally and uploads to the cloud. Boomcaster also provides a Zoom/Skype like recording as a backup.
Internet based audio and video conferencing software modulates the quality of the recording based on network quality. Boomcaster local recording is a direct high fidelity feed from your preferred mic and camera at each of the participant’s computer. Boomcaster also makes an internet recording available.
Boomcaster records audio at 44.1 kHz sample rate and 16-bit depth. Video is recorded in mp4 format upto 4k resolution.
Click on the link to join the session. Guests will be prompted to allow camera and mic, but no login or password.
No. This is a browser based application.
Currently Chrome is the preferred browser. Other browsers are being certified.
There is a separate recording for each participant recorded at high quality for post-production needs. There is also a combined recording generated from the video conference but the quality of this file is determined by your network.
Boomcaster allows podcasters to customize their Boomcaster with their own logo and color palettes. Your cohosts and guests will see your logo instead of Bomcaster logo.
No. The files are available to be shared or downloaded for post-production.
Yes. To ensure high quality recording, we are currently limiting the participants to 6 (host + 5).
Yes. Local recordings are raw bits captured directly from your camera and mic with no distortions. Network recorded files are exactly what you see on the screen, limited by network quality and bandwidth.
Livestreaming is currently available to YouTube and Facebook.