Ennuicastr is every podcaster and vodcaster's new best friend: Easy to use, high-quality, synchronized multi-track audio and video recording, on the web, for free during the beta, and $1/hour or $10/month after.
Sound good? Then start recording!
NOTE: Ennuicastr is currently in beta. In an effort to be helpful during the global COVID-19 pandemic, the author of Ennuicastr is making the beta free and public.
Ennuicastr records in 128kbit Opus, or for quality junkies, lossless FLAC, and audio data is sent over a reliable connection. Never sacrifice audio quality. If you're not familiar with audio compression, all you need to know is this: The sound quality is excellent.
Multi-track recording isn't a tier feature, or a bonus, or an option, it's what Ennuicastr does. Every recording has each speaker in their own track, all perfectly synchronized.
Ennuicastr runs entirely in the browser, and works on Chrome, Firefox, Safari 11, Edge 79, Brave; you name it. Works on Android and iPhone. Works on Windows, Mac, and Linux. It works everywhere.
Join late, computer crash, system slowdown, internet drops? No worries; Ennuicastr uses active synchronization, so all audio is always in sync.
Recording multiple users online is usually surprisingly difficult. Assuming they all remember to record themselves at all, the first task of any editor is to synchronize all their audio, and that alone isn't as easy as it sounds. Even after the initial sync, different microphones have different timing crystals, so they're liable to slowly drift out of sync. On top of all that, if one system has a problem and their recording is unusable, either the whole recording is a bust, or you're forced to switch to a difficult-to-edit single-track recording. Ennuicastr aims to fix all of this.
Ennuicastr is a web-based voice chat tool and audio recorder, which records in high quality (128kbit Opus or lossless FLAC), and is foolproof for end-users. All that regular participants have to do is click a link, give their name or nickname, and talk. Then, each user's separated audio is available for download by the host, all perfectly synchronized to each other. That's really all there is to it!