The sound quality of DIY videos captured with a smart phone is usually mediocre if you do not use a professional mic and don’t want to use headphones.
A lot of times, there is an echo that you can clearly hear. The result is that your video will sound amateurish. But a lot of people don’t have the money, time or resources to invest in things like a BlueYetti or lavalier lapel mic that professional podcasters and broadcasters use.
I figured out how to remove all the echo you hear in videos in a large room captured with just a smart phone!
While working on my promo video for my course, I accidentally discovered how to do it by running the video through a mobile video editing app, like iMovie, Splice, Viva Video, Instashot on Android or MixBit then uploading it on YouTube then converting that Video to a MP4 using clip converter. That does it! Amazing!
It’s one of the things I learned creating my own web course .
I also did a quick Facebook chat about it: