Hi Zen Creator! In this video, I will show you how to get separate WAV files in your Zencastr postproductions.
Separate WAVs is a Produce feature available to users on paid plans. It gives you WAV files with audio enhancements applied for each participant, in addition to the combined audio (and video) mixes.
In this video, my account is on a paid plan and my recording was done in the Record Audio, Show Video mode.
To open the Produce page - On your Dashboard, from the Rooms tab, hover over the room you wish to post produce and click the Produce button.
On the Produce page, the tabs in the right sidebar are where you can change your postproduction settings.
For Separate WAVs, click the Audio Settings tab. Click Advanced audio settings to display all the audio enhancements. Next to Separate Tracks, select Enabled.
If you would like to make adjustments to other postproduction settings, do so on this and the other tabs.
When you have finished reviewing and selecting your settings, scroll down to the Credits Cost section. Here, the length of the recording is displayed as this corresponds to the amount of credits that are needed for the postproduction. Click the Produce button. The postproduction starts to run and the credits are deducted from your balance.
Once the postproduction is running, you can stay on the page or close it. The postproduction will process in the background and you will receive an email when it is complete and the files are available to download.
If you stay on the Produce page, a message displays in the top right corner when the postproduction completes and you also receive the email. On the Postproductions tab, click the postproduction number. Then click the Download button. The files start zipping and when that finishes, a zip file downloads to your computer. Click on it, unzip or extract the zip file, and open the folder. In it, you will have a postproduction transcript, a video mix, and an audio zip file. Unzip or extract the audio zip file, open the folder and in it, you will have your separate WAVs and your audio mix.
And that is how to get separate WAV files in your Zencastr postproductions. If you need further assistance, please email us at email@example.com.