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If a participant experiences a drop-out in internet (we all know what that sounds like) does the audio that is being recorded also contain the drop-out? I'm trying to understand the best way to record audio while avoiding drop-outs when editing the final audio for a podcast.
Does the participant's audio get recorded locally and then uploaded to the cloud or their computer?
Or will the audio contain the drop-out if I, the meeting host, record the audio?
I'm trying to make sure that I get clean audio with no drop-outs during events like a participant is on Wifi or if their bandwidth is briefly interrupted.
Will allowing the participants to record locally provide me with a clean audio file despite bandwidth drop-outs?