Spreaker announced that their podcast trim and crop tool just got better. The feature was released in early May for Spreaker Studio. It gives iOS and Android users the ability to edit their podcast recordings while on the move.
In our continuing quest to improve Spreaker and the podcast editing software we offer – we have now updated our podcast editing tools to allow trimming and cropping of saved drafts and imported files. Granting maximum podcasting flexibility for our users.
Spreaker notes that you may not think this is a big change, and provided a few scenarios where this update will be particularly handy.
- You are recording but don’t have time to edit and polish up your podcast ready for publishing. Save your draft and come back to it when you do have time.
- You have recorded some audio somewhere else that you want to include in your next show. Now, you can import these files, trim and crop to your heart’s desire, and then publish them when you are ready.
- If you make your own music, you can import something you recorded, edit it, and add it is your backing track to your new episode.
To get started using the newly updated trim and crop tool, Spreaker suggests that you open the drafts section in the Spreaker app and select an old draft you have already saved. Or, you can import something you’ve recorded somewhere else.
Spreaker has added an import button on to the Spreaker Studio drafts section so you can directly upload files you have saved on your phone. Once your file is imported, you can crop and trim it as you would any other file you’ve recorded directly on Spreaker Studio.