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How to Upload & Merge Recordings
How to Upload & Merge Recordings

Learn how to upload your raw recordings to Alitu and merge seperate tracks into one audio file easily and quickly.

Updated over a week ago

Uploading your audio files

You can upload your recordings whilst creating an episode or by uploading them direct to your "my library". When they are uploaded to your library they will be available to use when creating an episode.

  1. Create your new podcast episode, then on the Upload Files page, use the drag and drop option or 'Click to upload' to grab the files from your computer. You can select more than one file to upload.

    You can also record within the Upload Page screen using the 'Record Something' button. Use the 'Add from Library' button to pull files from your Alitu Library.

    Uploading Audio to Alitu
  2. Click Upload:

  3. Your files will be processed and appear in the Episode Builder ready for you to begin editing.

  4. As mentioned above you can also upload into your "my library" in much the same way

Your files will be processed and saved in your library. You can then add them to any episode you like.

How to Merge recordings

You can easily merge two or more files (they must be the exact same length) when you're uploading them to Alitu. This is ideal if you use something like Zoom to record your podcast interviews and you end up with 2 or more files, 1 for each voice.

  1. As per steps 1 & 2 above, create a new episode and click to select the files you want to merge into 1.

    *FILES MUST BE THE EXACT SAME LENGTH TO BE SUCCESSFUL MERGED*

  2. Click the merge icon to the right of the files to link them together & then click Add to Library.

  3. While the files are uploading they will be processed separately and then merged together for you to edit in the episode builder.
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    Alitu Merge Your recordings

Please let us know if you have any questions about using this or any other feature. Just click the chat button at the bottom of the page to reach the team.
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