@garrett We'll see, it's all very ad-hoc and last minute.
The audio is definitely going to be terrible because the best mic I have is my phone, and I know nothing about audio :D
@tbernard There are things you can do to make the audio less horrible.
Try to have a silent room when recording. Don't clip it by being too loud. Normalize it. Trim the all the "um" and "ah". Etc.
And phones often have better audio than a laptop microphone, at least.
Do you have a webcam? Those often have built in microphones too and they're sometimes pretty OK as well. (You'd want to test and compare between that and the phone, using headphones for listening, probably.)
@tbernard (I've worked on several videos for Cockpit for work, using Kdenlive. Hence all that.)
@garrett Cool, thanks for the tips!
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