The New AudioAcrobat Features and Design Series highlights new and upcoming features, add-on’s, services and general amazing-ness happening at AudioAcrobat. Readers will discover what is changing, how it might influence their strategies and the many advantages ‘change’ itself has to offer.
If you are a return reader at this here AudioAcrobat-flavored WordPress Weblog it is more than likely that you’ve noticed some major design changes to our WordPress.com site in the last three weeks, which includes an improved iPad-friendly mobile design and interface.
For those of you who have been wondering if the images popping up on WordPress, Facebook and Twitter are a prelude to a new AudioAcrobat.com site re-design and/or release of new features, the wait is over. Consider this your confirmation.
The screenshot seen at the top of this post was taken from the new AudioAcrobat.com home page, which could very well now be LIVE — click here to test! This new home page does seem to hint at AudioAcrobat’s availability on your favorite smartphone… Coincidence? Not at all.
Perhaps you’ve even read Pt. I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII and/or Pt. IX of the New AudioAcrobat Features and Design Series and have already discovered the first nine new features to be announced. If so, our hats off to you … and here’s New Feature #10!
New Feature #10: Very High Quality
For years, the highest quality that AudioAcrobat would encode uploaded audio files (and the audio portion of video files) to was 128kb, 44kHz, stereo. While this is above and beyond what any telephone recording requires as per quality, it left a bit to be desired for musicians, producers and audiophiles alike.
Enter the New AudioAcrobat Features and Design Series and New Feature #10: Very High Quality.
Very High Quality allows members to encode their audio files (and audio portion of video files) to CD quality sound … without streaming bandwidth-intensive WAV files.
If you are a musician, producer or audiophile using AudioAcrobat, we recommend uploading a lossless WAV file and encoding to Very High Quality (192kb, 44kHz, stereo) for a superior-sounding audio that can be published using Player Themes, Classic Players, for Email / Newsletters, Campaign / Download Links, Shared directly to your favorite Social Networks and now available to listen by phone using Sizzle Lines — the list goes on!
Is there a feature which you feel could be made easier to use? Is there a feature that isn’t present but would make your life easier? Let us know by submitting an email or tweeting us your feature request!
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