Export recording files for external editing software

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Export and download your tracks and other files as a synchronized timeline package formatted to easily import to Adobe Premiere Pro or Final Cut Pro for editing.

Who: Riverside Account Owners, Admins, Directors, and Editors
Plan: Pro and Business accounts
Device: Computer Browser

Step by step

  1. Log in to your Riverside account.
  2. In the ☰ menu on the left, click the relevant Studio.
  3. Click the relevant recording.
  4. On the recording's page, scroll to Recording files.
  1. Next to Recording files, click export-all-recording.png Export all.
  2. Click the editing software format: e.g., Adobe Premiere ProFinal Cut Pro.
  3. Choose the Tracks you want to export.
  4. Click Export now.
    If more than 7 days have past since exporting a recording, and you are unable to download the file, repeat the above steps before continuing. 
    Riverside generates the timeline package as a ZIP file and sends an email notification when it is ready to download.
    • If you leave the page and return when the timeline is ready, click Export all again and then the software name (e.g. Premiere Pro).
  5. Save the files to the computer by clicking Download timeline.
    After the ZIP file downloads, import it to your editing software.

The link to download the ZIP file expires after 7 days. Follow the steps above to generate it again or add more tracks that have finished processing.

What is included?

Based on your plan and the recording type, the following are in the timeline package:

  Audio-only Recording  Video Recording
Pro plans
  • XML file
  • Aligned audio (WAV) tracks 
    (for the selected participants)
  • XML file
  • Aligned video (CFR MP4) tracks (for the selected participants)
Riverside for Business plans

The above, plus:

  • Any Media Board track files
  • Any Markers

The above, plus:

  • Any Media Board track files
  • Any Markers
  • Raw Audio tracks (WAV)
    (for the selected participants)

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