There are many ways to help you record high-quality audio for your online course. This article includes standards and microphones you can use to help create great audio for your course.
What audio standards are recommended?
Each of your course videos should contain an audio track that plays from both speakers (left and right channels). Additionally, the quality of audio should not be distracting to users.
What microphone should I use to record my course?
Most microphones are capable of producing audio that meets the recommended standards. Listed below are some common microphones that have been used to produce Udemy for Business courses:
Please note that it’s not required that you use these microphones. There are many other options that will produce audio that’s acceptable for your course.
What are the recommended audio settings when recording/exporting files?
When exporting video files in your video editing software, we recommend that you select MP3 or AAC as your audio codec. Our video upload process supports many audio codecs, but selecting MP3 or AAC provides the most seamless upload experience.