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Audio recorder for Seperate Audio for Video

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Audio recorder requirements:

 

  • Good battery life 1-2 hours
  • Mic jack (I already have clip on mics)
  • Not easy to accidentally stop the recording (I don't want to start recording, put it in my back pocket, start recording, and at the end of the video realize I accidentally stopped the audio recording)
  • Costs under 40 USD

Got an Android, never going back to apple again (notice I spelled apple with a lowercase and Android with an uppercase)

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your phone?

I made some recordings using RecForge Pro II on a Droid Turbo and some people on a forum that is somewhat audio and video based thought I had used an actual audio recorder. plus for like 3 bucks, its probably the cheapest you will find while still being fairly decent.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

your phone?

I made some recordings using RecForge Pro II on a Droid Turbo and some people on a forum that is somewhat audio and video based thought I had used an actual audio recorder. plus for like 3 bucks, its probably the cheapest you will find while still being fairly decent.

 

I am using my only phone for video recording


Got an Android, never going back to apple again (notice I spelled apple with a lowercase and Android with an uppercase)

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if you want decent sound quality you wont find much if anything for under $40. If you can save up a bit more i would recomend the zoom h1 or the tascam dr-22wl


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Audio recorder requirements:

 

  • Good battery life 1-2 hours
  • Mic jack (I already have clip on mics)
  • Not easy to accidentally stop the recording (I don't want to start recording, put it in my back pocket, start recording, and at the end of the video realize I accidentally stopped the audio recording)
  • Costs under 40 USD

 

If you want to record on your phone, get a rode SC3 adapter and get Cinema FV5 for Android or Filmic Pro for iOS. Then it is tethered to your phone http://www.rode.com/accessories/sc3


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