Riverside Mobile App
Use Riverside to record yourself at a convenient time and share the footage with whoever invited you. You can also use the teleprompter, share your screen, or upload and share a presentation while you record.
You can record as many times as you want. However, only the last recording you make will be shared.
Before you begin recording your entire segment, do a short recording to check your camera and mic setup, then review the test.
Step by step
Join the Studio and set up mic and camera
- On a computer, open the invite link you received in a Chrome or Edge browser.
The invite URL looks like:
- On the Welcome to Riverside! screen, click Start setup.
- If you haven't used Riverside before, grant access to your camera and mic.
- In the pop-up below the address bar, click Allow for both camera and microphone.
- Under Check your mic and camera, choose your computer's built-in hardware, or select from other connected recording equipment.
- Speak into the mic and check that the audio meter reacts.
- Click Next.
- Bring the camera to your eye level and center yourself in the frame.
- Click Next.
Record short A/V test (optional)
- When you are ready to begin, click Record and start speaking.
- After 15-30 seconds, click Stop and review recording preview.
- Click Record again to delete the test recording and start over.
- Make any necessary adjustments to your camera angle or mic position.
Repeat the above steps to do another test if needed, then continue below.
- At the bottom of the screen, click Record and start speaking.
- When you are finished, click Stop.
- After the preview finishes generating, click the thumbnail to watch it (optional).
- Click Record again to erase the footage and start over (optional).
- Type in your name and email address.
- Click Send recording.
Keep the Riverside page open in your browser until the upload finishes and you see Your recording is sent.
- Async Recording (Overview for participants)
- Troubleshooting: Async recording
- Can I save and send multiple recording 'takes'?