If you’re looking for a new platform for your video podcasts, Spotify is the place to be. With its video podcasting feature, you can engage your audience more than ever. But how do you upload your video podcasts to Spotify?
First, you need to record your video podcast. You can do this both if you’re recording remotely or in person. When recording remotely, make sure to have a distraction-free background and that the host’s face is well-lit. You also want a platform that records locally on both you and your guests’ computers. Riverside is an excellent choice for this because it makes the process super simple for both you and your guests.
After recording, you’ll need to sync up the high-quality audio to the high-quality video that you recorded on either your smartphone or your camera. A great way to do this is by clapping into the microphone before recording, and then later in post-production, you can sync up the audio to the visual of you clapping.
When deciding on a remote recording platform, consider the following. You want to be able to download separate tracks for everybody involved in the session to make the editing process easier. You also don’t want your files to get compressed at all, and you want something that’s easy to use.
To upload your video content to Spotify, you can use Anchor, which is Spotify’s podcast hosting platform. You do have to have Anchor by Spotify as your podcast hosting platform, but it’s very easy to switch from any other hosting site to Anchor. You simply need to redirect your RSS feed.
If you’re recording on Riverside, you can use our mark a clip feature. If you’re recording in person or on any platform other than Riverside, then you’ll have to gather your video content first and head over to Anchor.fm.
Sign up or sign in, head to new episode, quick upload, and upload your video file. Fill out all of the episode information and hit publish. Your video podcast will now be available to watch on Spotify, and the audio from your podcast will be available on whatever streaming platforms you have linked to your Anchor account.
Riverside is the video creation partner of Anchor, meaning that you can create your episodes on the Riverside platform and directly upload to Spotify through Anchor in just a few clicks. After you fully produce and design your episode on the Riverside platform, all you have to do is click the Spotify button on the export page, and you’ll be redirected to Anchor, where you can add in your episode details and click publish.
In conclusion, uploading your video podcast to Spotify is easy if you follow the above steps. Make sure you have a distraction-free background, good lighting, and choose a remote recording platform that records locally on both you and your guests’ computers. With Anchor by Spotify as your podcast hosting platform, you can easily upload your video podcasts to Spotify. You can also create your episodes on the Riverside platform and directly upload to Spotify through Anchor in just a few clicks.