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Never again long after audio files stored on your computer’s hard drive while using another device. That should be the tagline for AudioAcrobat’s Upload and Cloud Storage solution, but no … it is humbly reserved for this here post.
With a couple of quick clicks, any audio file stored on your desktop, iTunes, external drive or writable media (CD, DVD, Zip Drive, etc.) can be added to your always-accessible internet cloud library for instant access on virtually any device.
After reading today’s post we believe that you will see how using AudioAcrobat not only makes the process quick and easy, but also how the global coaching profession can benefit directly from this type of service.
If you’re looking to jump right in and upload a coaching session, skip to the Quick Steps below.
Need an account? Don’t be bashful, you can create an AudioAcrobat account for free; and as always, there is no long-term commitment.
Wondering about file-size specifics? Check out the specs for each plan here.
Once you completed the recording of your coaching session and have your file(s) ready to upload, please continue on to the quick steps below.
1. Log In to your AudioAcrobat account
2. Select Upload Audio from your Computer from the drop-down menu
Log In to your AudioAcrobat account
Select Upload Audio from your Computer from the drop-down menu
At this point you will be on the Upload Audio page, where you will see the File: Browse button. Click Browse to pull up your local hard drive(s) and attached devices and click Open to select the file you wish to upload.
As seen above, the next step is to enter a meaningful Title and Description for the file your uploading. This will help locate the file and determine the file’s purpose, should the question ever arise.
Hint: Audio Title and Audio Description are for internal use only, visible only by the AudioAcrobat account holder. This information is never made public.
Moving down the page, we see a pre-filled Audio Quality selection of High Quality (128kb, 44kHz, stereo), which will suit most users’ needs.
Hint: A High Quality selection will yield rich streaming audio and is great for music, radio shows and other productions. When uploading a conference call or other phone recording, there is no benefit in choosing anything other than Low Quality.
When satisfied, click Upload to get the ball rolling.
After clicking Upload, a new progress bar will appear to the (R) of the File: Browse button at the top of the page. This will display the speed of the upload taking place in KB/s as well as the selected file name.
It is important to keep this page open in your internet browser until re-directed to the Media Jobs page, as this will be your confirmation that the upload has successfully completed.
If you’re not sure what the Media Jobs page looks like, the example below should help in its identification (click to enlarge):
Once the Status of your upload reaches Complete, the uploaded file will appear in the Audio section of your account.
It’s that easy! Don’t believe us? Go ahead and give it a try yourself during your next in-person coaching session. There’s no fee to signup and you have 30 days to kick the tires.
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