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Enable Zoom High Fidelity Audio

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Zoom has created a higher quality recording setting option for podcasters by introducing Zoom High Fidelity Audio. According to Zoom:

"This option in Advanced Audio enhances Original Audio mode, allowing for disabling echo cancellation & post-processing, while raising audio codec quality to 48Khz, 96Kbps mono/192kbps stereo for professional audio transmission in music education and performance applications."

You can enable this setting by following the following steps.

Open a meeting using your Zoom account.

Hovering your mouse near the bottom left of your Zoom window, click on the ^ symbol by the microphone icon, then select Audio Settings.

Open Audio Settings once again. Now, select Recording and "Record a separate audio file for each participant." This will enable you to edit each speaker's audio separately.

You'll want to work with the audio_only.m4a file. Online Learning Staff and Tech Tutors can help you convert this to a different file format if need be.

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