How to Record a Podcast Remotely

This blog will show you exactly how podcasters use Melon to record their podcast.

How to Record a Podcast Remotely

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.

Although recording in person makes for more natural conversation, it’s not always going to be possible. Sometimes the show will need to be recorded at different times and in other locations. Luckily, with Melon, you can record your podcast remotely from wherever you might be using your PC or even your Mac computer. All you have to do is add your friends as guests, invite them into a private chatroom, and then start recording!

This blog will show you exactly how podcasters use Melon to record their podcast when they are far away from each other.

Step 1: Log in with 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, you will see yourself on the left-hand side of the screen. Click on “Show on stream” to add yourself to the broadcast.

Step 3: Add Your Guests

In the upper right-hand corner, an option to invite a guest will appear. Click on that to copy the unique URL you can send your guest.

After your guest clicks the link and joins the stream, you will see their webcam appear.

Now click “Show on Stream” so that both of you will appear on the screen when you record your podcast.

Step 4: Record your Podcast

Click on “Record” to start your video when you have added all of your guests.

Using this method will allow you to record your podcast with multiple guests in remote locations. All you need is one person with access to a computer or laptop.

How to View Past Recordings

To view your past podcast recordings, click on your profile icon and click on “Settings.”

Click on “Broadcasts and Recording,” and you will see every past recording and stream you’ve done with Melon.

On this page, you can download your recording so you can edit them as needed in your preferred video editing software.

How to Live Stream Pre-recorded Video

One of the best features of Melon is that you can live stream a pre-recorded video. Doing this is incredibly simple, and if you’re the type of person that already records all your podcasts, you’ll be able to start live streaming them in less than five minutes.

For an in-depth breakdown, we recommend reading our blog, “How to Live Stream Pre-Recorded Video.

For now, we’ll give you a brief tutorial:

Step 1: Click on “Schedule” near the bottom of the screen while in studio mode.

Step 2: Upload the video you want to live stream

Step 3: Input the details of your stream and schedule the time you want it to go live.

And that’s it! That’s all it takes to start live streaming your pre-recorded video.

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