In Uncategorized on September 21, 2013 at 9:13 pm
Any operating system update invariably results in changes: some for the good, some bad, some totally unexpected.
I’ll keep adding to this list, so if you post or see any tweets about how iOS 7 affects #iphonereporting, send them to @AugensteinWTOP,
In Uncategorized on September 21, 2013 at 5:11 pm
The new multi-tasking protocols in iOS 7 will inadvertently STOP RECORDING AUDIO if the screensaver kicks in, or if the Screen Lock button is pressed.
Here’s the fix:
Change the Auto-Lock timer to “Never” before starting a recording session.
You can make this switch in Settings, in the General category.
The down side: the “Never” setting chews up battery life.
Vericorder is aware of the bug, and apparently working on a fix.
As Voddio is my go-to field recording and editing app, I hope they find the fix quickly.
Thought you’d want to know….
In Uncategorized on September 18, 2013 at 10:26 pm
Just say no to old-fashioned phone interviews.
With a few simple steps, a reporter or newsmaker can record near-studio-quality audio on an iPhone, using the built-in Voice Memos app.
The interface for iOS 7 is different than previous versions, but the principles remain the same.
In iOS 7, you can now email up to 15 minutes of audio – a big improvement over previous versions.
If the file is too large to email, Voice Memos allows basic trimming, in the Edit function.
iOS 7 has a very nice new Edit feature – the option to Save As New Recording, or Trim Original.