If you are a podcaster, chances are that you’ve thought about video recording your conversion and turning it into additional content so that others can watch on multiple platforms. Turning your podcast into video content is a great way to increase your brand’s reach, allow more of your audience to watch the show, and create additional income streams through advertising.
One way that podcasters can record a podcast is by using Melon Live Streaming Studio. With this free streaming app, you can save your recording and even live stream your pre-recorded video so your audience can engage with it like it’s live.
This blog will show you exactly how podcasters use Melon to record their podcast.
Step 1: Log in to Melon
Go to Melonapp.com and sign in with your email address or the login credentials for your preferred platform.
Step 2: Add Yourself to the Stream
After you allow access to your camera/microphone, you will see your video cam on the left-hand side of your Melon Studio. You must click Show on stream in order to add yourself to the broadcast.
Step 3: Add Your Guests
In the upper left-hand corner, an option to Invite Guest will available. Click on it to send to your guests. A new Invite Guest link will be created per session.
After your guest clicks the link to join the stream, you will see their webcam appear from your left navbar.
Click Show on Stream on their video to appear in your main canvas.
Step 4: Record your Podcast
Press the Menu icon and navigate to Settings. Select the Record option under Output. Now when you go live, your stream will automatically start recording.
How to View Past Recordings
To view past recordings, click on your profile icon to Settings.
Click on Broadcasts & Recordings where we'll store the most recent 15 recordings on the cloud.
Download your recording so you can edit them as needed in your preferred video editing software. We recommend downloading your recordings after your broadcast through an external hard drive for safekeeping purposes.