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Choosing The Right Video Podcasting Software

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Video Podcasting Software

Podcasts have never been more popular than they’ve become in recent years.

Although they began as a purely audio format, more and more popular podcasts are also releasing video recording and these have become an integral part of being successful for so many podcasts.

Making a video podcast means having the right podcast recording software to record and edit your videos.

Finding the right software to complete your digital audio workstation can be tricky as there are so many available (also see, ‘Best DAW for Podcasting‘).

In this article, we will look at some of the best video podcast software available and what makes them good (also see, ‘Best Video Podcast Software‘).

Adobe Premiere Pro

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Adobe is a well-known name in creative circles for its wide range of powerful and professional software and its video editing software is no different.

There aren’t many podcast editing software that have as many options and features as Premiere Pro does so whatever you need from your podcasting software, you can be sure that Premiere Pro does it.

You can automatically add captions to your video, edit the videos so they’re optimized for every individual platform, and upload from within the software itself.

Learning everything that Premiere Pro offers is not an easy task, however, and the price tag might put off the casual podcast creator.

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Cyberlink Director Suite 365

This editing software is basically four different programs in one. It allows you to edit photos, audio quality, and video and also has an in-depth editor just for color grading.

You can record and edit in 4K and Dolby Surround Sound to get some of the highest-quality videos available.

The software comes with a large library of templates, sounds, and effects that you can use in your videos.

It’s pretty easy to use, even for beginners, and the wide variety of plugins adds even more features. It does require a lot of hard drive space, however, and can be resource intensive.

Final Cut Pro

Logic Pro is one of the best recording and editing software that you can find for the Mac. It allows you to record and edit in both 4K and 8K and can support podcasts that are both live and recorded over several different locations.

There are a wide variety of editing and picture correction options available so you’re bound to look your best with Logic Pro.

The software will feel pretty familiar to anyone who has used other Mac video editing software such as iMovie but getting to grips with all of the features can be quite tricky to begin with. 

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Magix Movie Studio Platinum

Available for Windows only, Movie Studio Platinum makes editing and combining videos a breeze. The interface for editing your video is simple and quick to use and you can just drag and drop scenes where you need them. 

The software has a powerful color correction and comes with a library of sounds and music you can use in your videos as well.

It also makes adding title animations and graphics a simple process. Although the software is powerful, it doesn’t render videos as quickly as some other programs on this list. 

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What Makes Video Podcasting Software Good

There are many different types of software available that allow you to make video podcasts. But, how do you tell the good ones from the bad?

What features should you look out for? Here is our brief guide to what makes good video podcasting software.

Records High-Quality Video And Audio

Video Podcasting Software

This is arguably the most important feature for video podcasting software to have.

Even if you’ve managed to be visible in top podcast directories such as Apple Podcasts, they won’t stick around if they see the first few moments of your podcast and if the audio recording or video quality is poor or they can’t clearly hear what is being said.

You don’t necessarily need software that can record audio and video in 4K as file quality often suffers during the uploading process, but it should be clear and HQ. 

When looking at any video podcasting software, see if it has features that can improve your recording.

Features such as color correction, low light mode, and background noise cancellation can make a great difference to your video quality.

Editing Tools

If you want video podcasting software that does all of the tasks you need, then the ability to edit audio files and videos, as well as record them, is essential. 

Being able to cut out mistakes or improve your recording is very important. Good video and audio editing tools will allow you to correct mistakes and make your video look even better.

You can also look for software that gives you the option of adding background music or sound effects to your podcast.

You might want to add some text to your video too, such as a title card or a graphic to introduce a guest or change in topic.


Video Podcasting Software

This isn’t as important as some of the other features on this list, but if you can find video podcasting software with it, it will make your life that little bit easier!

After you’ve finished recording and editing your video, you will need to submit it to platforms such as YouTube.

Some software will have this facility built in so you only need to complete a couple of clicks from the interface and your podcast video will upload.


If you’re paying for your video podcasting software, then it should come with some kind of customer support that you can contact if you need to.

This can take the form of a phone number, online chat, or email, but there should be someone to speak to if you run into any trouble.

The software should also have adequate video tutorials or manuals so you can learn how to use it.

Many software developers have this information on their websites but you can also look for user tutorials on YouTube and other websites.

Final Thoughts

In this article, we looked at the important features you should look out for when choosing software to record video podcasts.

We also listed some of the best and most popular pieces of software available. We hope the information will help you choose the best software for your podcast.

Matt Brook

With a background in Journalism and years of experience in the industry, Matt brings a wealth of knowledge to the WiredClip team.

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