Zoom: How to Record Separate Audio Tracks for Each Speaker

If you have to edit the video from a Zoom recording you might have come across issues with sound from one or more of the speakers. It could be because they had forgotten to mute themselves or perhaps there is noise coming from their computer or background noise. If it is not their turn to speak and you can hear their notifications that could also be something you want to get rid of.

Usually all the audio is recorded into one file so it can be near impossible to remove these unwanted sounds.

However, there is an option that allows you to record a separate audio track for each speaker and then later when editing you can easily mute them or lower the volume.

The great thing is the way I have set this up it does this each time. Much easier to get rid of it if I don’t need it.

Below is a video I made to show you how.

About garysch

A bit of a techno nut who likes sharing what I know about technology, especially with those who struggle with it. Also through my podcast www.jargonfreehelp.com
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