The Riverside Studio creates three different types of recordings of each session, separated tracks, clips, and internet backup tracks.

Create a clip by using Riverside's Editor to combine the separated tracks from a recording session into one composed media file that is ready to download and share. The Editor lets you trim and customize the content without needing other editing software.

Export a clip from the Editor and download it in these formats:

MP4 Video Clip

Riverside's Editor creates a single .mp4 file by composing the multiple video tracks of participants into one video. When exporting a clip, select the maximum video resolution of the file (720p, 1080p HD, or 2160p 4K). Exporting a higher resolution video creates a larger overall file size.


The resolution of each participant's track in an exported video is limited by the camera they use. For example, if a Guest's webcam has a maximum resolution of 720p, set the maximum resolution of the exported clip to 720p. If you set the clip's maximum to 1080p HD or 2160p 4K, the exported file will be larger and may take longer to transfer but will not have a higher resolution video track.

WAV HD Audio Clip

Export an audio-only clip in this uncompressed format if you are ready to publish it using a podcast host or if you will continue working on it with editing software. It will generally have a larger file size than the .mp3 compressed audio format.

MP3 Compressed Audio Clip

Export your audio-only clip in this compressed format to create a reference file or a file for sharing via email.

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