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I've been burned by a phone convo before. Now I use this app so I know verbal agreements are documented. Automatically records, and can back up to the cloud.
Edit: I know the laws are a bit ambiguous depending on location, but I will balance the legality of a recording if it ever gets to that point. I'd rather have a recording and not need it, than need it and not have it.
If you have an android phone this app works well and offers easy exporting: [link]
If you don't, call a friend who has an android phone and then conference in your voicemail and have them record it.
If it's legal in your state, you can use a recording app for phone calls and/or turn on your video recorder on your phone when he's with you to capture audio at least.
I'd also take actual photos of every inch of the apartment when your stuff is out showing the condition you're leaving it in. Make sure you especially get all the plumbing areas, the holes where the bats got in, interiors of appliances (raise the stove top and photograph that if applicable). Good luck he's an asshole and I hope you shut him down.
Edit: This is a great, easy to use call recorder. If your state doesn't allow one-party recording, just state at the beginning of the call that you're recording it and then it should be legal I believe (since you've given them the opportunity to continue or hang up.)
Edit2: I see u/Dropkeys beat me to the ACR recommendation!
Andá a la policía o a la fiscalía de la mujer y hagan la denuncia, o sea estás tardando sentado acá leyendo reddit, levantate y andá ya mismo, eso entra como violencia de genero así que te tendrían que dar toda la pelota
> Alguien tiene idea si la compañía me puede pasar el teléfono desde donde la están llamando?
Sin una orden judicial olvidate, o por recontra izquierda si tenés un contacto adentro de Claro
> Hay alguna aplicación para grabar llamadas que incluya el numero desde donde llaman o algo así?
Si viene por número privado olvidate, ningún programa te va a dar el número pero si existe una app para grabar las llamadas y creo que te va a ser muy útil para hacer la denuncia, yo lo uso y es excelente:
There's also automatic call recorder apps for Android and iPhone.
I record almost every call with this app. It's been rather useful for 'keeping a good memory', and can help "remind" someone of the specifics discussed earlier.
Sure some of the calls can't be used in court, but it can help prevent things going that far, as most people aren't out to overtly screw you over. Even if it does go to court, it's all a lawyer's problem anyway.
If OP does go this route, there are apps that do that automatically. No need for speakerphone or any of that jazz.
For fuck sake people should install this application on their android phones, it automatically records every phone call you make. Link : [link]
Now you will have the proof of him abusing.
I use the app Automatic Call Recorder for android. It will record every incoming and outgoing call, this includes when you check your voicemail. Also has the option to automatically back up the recordings to cloud storage. I use it for almost all my calls so I never miss any important details.
>If you are concerned they are trying to bait you into doing something stupid, record some audio when you are talking to them
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.appstar.callrecorder along with Google Drive
> For the sake of your child, do not sink to their level.
Not only that, but remove any thoughts of harm. I am not even in this situation and feel like causing them both serious pain. In fact, this is so fucked up am about 60% sure you are trolling this sub
I use Automatic Call Recorder. Automatically records calls that are made or received. When the call is over it asks if you want to keep or delete the recording along with other options.
I use the free version. It's somewhat feature-limited and only holds so many recordings, so if you want to save one be sure to export it (you can email them to yourself) before it gets overwritten. Also, by default it doesn't record when you're using a bluetooth device so be sure to change that.
If you haven't already you need to start recording all your calls, all of them, for the continued behavior and for anything else that could happen in the future.
"Automatic Call Recorder" for Android.
This is what I use. It's free and like the name says it automatically records all incoming and outgoing calls and keeps them for a certain amount of time or you can save them to your phone. I paid the $7 or $8 for the automatic saving and cloud storage features. It's not necessary to buy the paid version at all since you can save them yourself for free but it saves me from having to think about it.
If you have an iPhone then I'm sure there are apps that do the exact same thing.
Androidille tämä nauhoitin on ollut ihan toimiva. Siitä on muitakin etuja kuin virastojen kanssa asiointi ja muut muuttuvat tarinat, sillä välillä jotkut antaa puhelimitse ohjeita tai numeroita, ja myöhemmin tulee mieleen että mitäköhän se nyt sanoikaan.
If you have an android phone, here is an app that records all calls automatically - you can delete unneeded recordings at the end of the call or anytime after.
I use Automatic Call Recorder. Automatically turns on for phone calls. Unsure about WhatsApp calls etc but you can manually turn it on.
It's free and can backup calls to Google Drive.
Sound quality I find may differ depending on device. But it's free so give it a go.
Io uso Automatic Call Recorder su Android, funziona egregiamente e registra automaticamente da solo non appena chiami o ricevi una chiamata.
Adding on to this, you can install an app like Auto Call Recorder to help "jog their memory" when they keep harassing you.
Most states are "One Party Consent", meaning if YOU know you're being recorded, it's OK. Even then, those calls usually start with a "this call is being recorded for quality" bit, so they're aware too. It's just strange how often they lose their half of the recording as soon as you ask them for it...
Should they go over the line, or make you an offer that you'd rather they not forget, it's evidence in your favor. At the very least it's great note taking too when you're not near a pen and paper.
If you have an Android, there's the Automatic Call Recorder that's free. [link]
Also, Pennsylvania is a two-party consenting state, that if you do call, you have to get the other person to consent to the recording, otherwise you may be liable.
I use [link] for Android, but it looks like there's no iOS version. There are some iOS apps out there that look similar, but I couldn't attest to their effectiveness.
He's not correct.
I've used this on my Galaxy Ace and worked perfectly:
And now on my Moto G I'm using this:
This is the call recorder that I use and I love it. Records automatically, sends a copy of the recording to my Google drive for safekeeping, lets me put in notes of the call, and prompts me on if I want to save or delete each call I make.
Here are some apps that might help. Call recorder and then Call blocker with a national block registry
glory of smartphones is you can record all calls
Look up relevent local and federal laws as well as your contract
Make sure your state's laws allows recording phone calls, and what guidelines you have to follow.
In my state, minimum one party has to be aware. I have been using Automatic Call Recorder for about 5 years, it has come in handy a small handful of times.
Best example of its use: When I moved into my apartment, I was getting ATT mails 1-2 times a month. Not just thin envelopes, but thick enough that combining it with a couple other envelopes, the mail carrier would send the mail back (twice that I recall). I don't have a box, a door slot on my apartment that has a "gaurd?" to force mail to go down, and no one can peer in.
ATT was trying to sell me "High Speed Internet at 15Mbs!" which was their fasted in my area and required that I also buy a phone line, which its competitor Suddenlink on coax at the time was 35Mbs, their fastest then, now 100Mbs. It took me about 2 years (don't ask why I went so long) of calling ATT to stop sending me the junk, they say I'm "now" removed and will take 2-3 months. On the last call I stated I had been told that same story multiple times, I have recorded the last call, and recording this call. Next will be going up the chain. Never got an ATT letter again. Three years and counting. Either they got the message, or they stopped mailing my group of apartments.
I use this one. I have to make a lot of calls for work and this has yet to fail me, recording through my bluetooth headset as well. Even recorded a 1-hour conference call flawlessly.
Ammattilaisvinkkinä muillekin, kannattaa nauhottaa kaikki saapuvat puhelut niin kusetuspuheluista jää aina kopio talteen.
(On siitä hyötyä myös muistellessa että mitä joku sulle sanoikaan ovikoodista tai ajo-ohjeista)
I know that in the Netherlands it is fine to record a call. You can use the call for private use. You are not allowed to publish the recording (without consent from the other party). Recorded calls can be used for court cases.
e: I use Automatic Call Recorder, the free version works as expected
Tell them to (e)mail it to you. Otherwise tell them to stop calling you or you will sue for harassment. If they put it on your credit they have 45 days to prove its a real debt or it is removed. If they dont sue them. Your in a win-win situation if they cant provide you with a bill.
Also record your calls it makes things SOOOOO much easier when they know they are being recorded. Makes sure you know your states recording laws.
IOS **dont use apple. First thing on google.
Tämä on itsellä käytössä.
Kannattaa huomioida että koska muissa maissa lait noiden nauhoittamisten osalta on aivan perseestä niin melkein kaikissa puhelimissa on suoraan linjalta tallentaminen estetty. Eli soittajan puhe kuuluu aika hiljaisena, mutta kuitenkin tarpeeksi selvänä tai niin että sitä voi voimistaa äänenkäsittelysoftilla.
Absolutely. Record everything. You can even find apps that automatically record when sound is detected, and stop recording during periods of silence. Another must-have for your phone is to automatically record phone calls. I use this one and it works awesome:
Remember to UPLOAD IT TO A CLOUD STORAGE SERVICE. This will prevent data or audio from being destroyed when she tries destroying the evidence. Maybe set your phone up to automatically save recordings in the Google Drive folder, so it automatically uploads them even if the police take the phone away while you are being falsely arrested.
Android phone? If so, i use Automatic Call Recorder. It records most calls (you can exempt the contacts you don't want recorded) but sometimes the recording volume is low.
I use it in Ohio where only one party needs to know you're recording the call. Make sure to check the laws in your state to see if recording without the other party's knowledge is legal.
I'm going to take this moment to tell people that the Android app Automatic Call Recorder works beautifully. It is able to record both me and the person I am talking to with great clarity. I suggest anyone using an Android phone at least try it out before talking with Verizon reps, and use it to record conversations with them.
>FILS call, sadly, was to my mobile and so no recording
There's an app I use called Automatic Call Recorder, it records all incoming & outgoing calls & lets you save the ones you want. You can change the settings to record/exclude specific numbers & I believe that if you connect your phone to a computer, you can download them too.
I use Automatic Call Recorder.
Be careful using this on a day-to-day basis, as if you do not explicitly inform the other party you could be in violation of some ugly wire-tapping laws. But most customer service lines begin with the "this call may be recorded for training purposes" which should put you in the clear, however IANAL.
It is very imaginatively named "Automatic Call Recorder" [link]
It backs up all the calls to Dropbox, so once the call is done they're safe as houses.
If you mean the flip phone, there isn't much that can be done besides recording the conversation with a computer microphone or something. If you mean the smartphone, maybe try the Automatic Call Recorder. It works really well for me, but I am on Android 5.0, and I don't think the RAZR smartphone is.
Not sure if you're on Android or IPhone, but for Android this app works really really good for automatically recording calls in the background and saves them to cloud. I've noticed no extra battery being used for it too so it's really good on resources. I had to start usin for work cause I'll sometimes get phone calls with directions to do something where it's loud (from a landline so texting isn't possible), and have to relished to it when I'm somewhere quieter. Wonderful tool.....
I use Automatic Call Recorder. It syncs to Google Drive or Dropbox automatically, and allows you to select the format, and make notes, etc.
Not sure if it works with 12.1, but worth a shot.
I have used Automatic Call Recorder ([link] its great for having people tell you details without having a pen handy... just make sure they repeat it, directions, instructions or a phone number and you can listen to the recording.
I also use it for notes to detail a conversation I have that needs followup. its perfect. If you are in a state or the other caller is in a state that requires consent, please make sure that you enunciate that the call is being recorded for it to have legal weight.
I am also going to try the ACR link the other redditor posted... i'm intrigued if that one is better.
I use Automatic Call Recorder
Appears to be the real version of the app posted by someone else in this thread. I've used it across quite a few Samsung note phones, and V10/V20. Only time I ever had consistent issues was with the V10. Just wasn't compatible for some reason and the call quality was always horrible on the recordings(my side only, regardless of changing options). But with the V20, it's back to perfect again. Calls are clean and clear on both sides for recordings, and works without any issues.
Edit: Saw the other guys added post and he posted up this same one on the second message. So I agree with him. It's a great app for exactly what you're looking for. I set it to bring up a quick menu after every call so I can just delete the recording immediately if I don't need it.
he said if its a advertise like your balance is low then that's an error. or else vodafone tujhe chutya bana raha hai. call their call centre and inform . also could you share a recording ? use this app to record [link] and please upload it. he has never come across such a thing.
Automatic Call Recorder
It's not really useful for telemarketers unless you really want to ruin the day. I find it useful for work though.
The LG V20 VS995 might work, I have no idea about WiFi call recording, but it works on my US996 for VoLTE using this. (The US996 can't do WiFi calls on Verizon)
It does have USB-C though. I just bought extra cables and adapters from Amazon.
I used to have this built in to the default dialler with my old LG, and I wanted similar functionality with my S7. You'll need a 3rd party app - I use this one [link]
This free version has ads, and default it automatically records every call, only allowing you to whitelist contacts who you don't want to record, but it's unobtrusive, has negigible battery drain and it works. Probably with any of these apps you'll want to make sure it never gets disabled by the battery manager, otherwise it might not work
Automatic Call Recorder.
Haven't had it installed for a while (used to use it all the time) but when I last used it it could do what you want.
I have an automatic call recorder installed on my phone. It... automatically records calls. You can configure it to upload them to your dropbox or other online storage. The one I use is Android only, but you can find one for apple as well.
There are so many bad reviews for this app saying that it doesn't work. I don't know why you chose it over something like this.
> I guess I really need advice on what we can do in this he-said she-said type of situation
if you have an android phone download the app called Automatic Call Recorder it is free and I use it, it's really easy, you just install it and it starts to record all the calls, you can even set some filters like "don't record a given contact".
if you have an Iphone or a windows phone there surely is an app, maybe not free, but even then it shouldn't be that expensive.
Anyway, in some countries it is illegal to record people AND pass the recorded audio to someone else, so you can only show the recorded audio if the police or a judge ask for it or if the recorded person gives you the permission, but anyway it shouldn't be illegal to record any call you recieve or do and KEEP IT TO YOURSELF.
so this is surely something to be done.
> and what is the legality of my boyfriend being fired for declining working excessive hours?
in some countries you MUST accept those calls and go to work, but there are set limits to how many hours you can work, and also limits about how many "non work hours" you need to have between shifts.
I am not sure about built in recording, but I use an app <strong>Automatic Call Recorder</strong> that works very well on a non-rooted G2. The free version works fine for my needs.
And that's why you make sure to install [Automatic Call Recorder][link]] on your phone. I recommend setting it up so that it automatically records any call with someone not on your contact list.
This is a great app to record calls. [link]
Edit: I think the "no product and service recommendations" is for the actual LPT post. If this violates that rule, it's out of ignorance, not malice.
Try this one pretty simple to use..
I tried this out once and it worked fine: Automatic Call Recorder. It has Drive and Dropbox integration, but I didn't use that feature.
Quote company policy and DOL. he can fight you, he can't fight policy or the DOL.
If he fights you over the phone, Make sure this is installed and tested (it might not work depending on how your phone manufacturer implemented call audio handling.) Also check your local laws, in my state as long as one of the two people on the call know they are being recorded (which can be myself) it's legal.
If he fights you over E-mail, forward the e-mail up the chain.
If he fights you in person, have a random neutral coworker act as a witness. An Audio recorder may be a good idea.
Hope it works for you. UI is pretty intuitive but it take a bit of tweaking to get the settings you want. Oh and I'm sure it's obvious but it's a battery killer so it's imperative you don't record all your calls.
Depending on your state, you might not even need to ask to record it.
It is legal in my state, so I use Automatic Call Recorder. On a few occasions I have used it to keep my telecom company from taking advantage of me.
If you have a smart phone, just download Automatic Call Recorder. It will automatically record any incoming or outgoing calls, this includes when you call to listen to your voicemail.
I use Automatic Call Recorder on my Android phone without rooting. You have to use speakerphone to get it to record the other party, but it works well.
When you get any of the calls from blocked/unknown numbers, document it in a notebook (exact time, date, etc) and take a screenshot of the call log from your phone. Rename the screenshot with the time and date of the call to correspond to your journal.
I'm an iPhone user, all I know of is Super Recorder.
This one for Android appears to have great reviews though:
I use Automatic Call Recorder, but there are many.
It didn't work on my old HTC One X from 2012, but it works on most-- Galaxy S-whatever, etc. I've never rooted a phone.
I've just discovered that there are many different apps all called "Automatic Call Recorder"; I downloaded this one. Which one do you recommend?
This one. Never had a conversation who was not recorded automatically. With ACR there were some problems, some conversations were not recorded, i did not understand what was the cause of it.
I recently had to record and transcribe 4 different interview sessions with my dad over the phone for a school assignment and I used the following app.
It seems that only some carriers have it in their Android version.
Me, I am using [link] for a long time and cannot recommend it enough
If you are an idea subscriber and you face the above issue,
Existem apps que gravam chamadas e enviam para dropbox/google drive, etc, por exemplo esta, entre muitas outras:
Mas no meu caso faça de maneira diferente, o meu tlm antigo era um samsung que tinha a opção de gravar chamadas, e agora tenho o oneplus 5 que tb tem essa opção, não uso nenhuma app.
Apenas para enviar para o dropbox é que uso o foldersync, todas as noites envia-me as gravações de chamadas que tiver no telefone para o dropbox e apaga-as da memória interna pa desocupar espaço.
this one? i already tried that but no luck. actually i think no ordinary app from store would work, because m7 has some issues about call recording. what i need is an app with root or xposed module, i belive.
Sorry for the delay.
It does exactly what it says on the tin. You can tell it to not record calls to/from certain people (which I have). It's a good program.
Use a call recorder app. I use this one and works very well [link]
You'll have to do some test with the "audio source" option, but it'll end up working.
I got this app to work on my Pixel 2 (with Android P) without rooting:
However, it might not work for all devices, as I think all it does it enhancing the audio.
"Automatic Call Recorder" on android - here's the google play link (below). I just downloaded and tried until i found one that was free and wasn't annoying in the 'fremium' capacity. it doesn't have an iphone version but there seem to be a lot of apps to choose from
This app has been a ton of help in my dealings with the Insurance Companies & others.
1: Don't fuck drunk chicks.
2: Don't drink yourself under the table. If you don't already know your limits with alcohol, learn it at home with your parents around. I think they'd appreciate your honesty as to why you're raiding their booze. Most parents are familiar with at least one story of a kid who doesn't know their limits, drinks themselves stupid and then either ends up dead, or hospitalized with potentially permanent consequences.
3: Have a sober wingman if possible.
4: Do not bring her home drunk. Don't go to her place if she's drunk.
5: Never delete any exchanges between you and her. Download an app like this one and record all spoken phone conversations with her too. While it won't save you from the kangaroo courts of a college if you can prove there's no substantive evidence that a rape ever occurred, this only really works at public universities but I think it applies to private ones as well if they respect title 9, you can absolutely sue the university and the records indicate that universities typically lose these cases.
6: See this?
>I even frequently joke with my current flings that I'm raping them
Don't do this without absolute confidence.
Probably should hold off on this one too-
>This is especially worrying to me because I enjoy hair grabbing, spanking and light bondage.
If she's communicating enthusiastic approval of it, go hog wild but up to that point don't. College floods the sexual market with far too many sheltered adult children to risk introducing it with someone with no experience because she was just daddy's little angel and sex never includes anything remotely painful.
7: Don't document yourself having sex without her approval. Or at least not until you've consulted local laws. Women's rights advocates in their rush to look like they give a shit have actually banned one of the few ways prosecutors were able to drive cases of actual rape when the rapists were stupid enough to film themselves in the act in some states. But her dignity from being filmed being raped is more important than being able to prosecute potential rapists I guess.
8: Always wear a fucking condom. Always flush it down the toilet.
9: Be wary of women going for hyphenated degrees, ones with 'feminism' somewhere in the title, or are somehow involved with rape prevention services. I won't say, "oh no, don't do it" but after the UVA rape hoax it's abundantly clear that a woman who is involved in these services, or knows someone who does will have an element in their life that convinces them that any sex they didn't like automatically becomes rape.
If you have droid, might I recommend this app, it's never let me down.
Have 7.0, using Automatic Call Recorder and it works perfectly fine. No root required.
Mulla Call recorder, mainosrahoitteinen, halutut henkilöt voit rajata nauhoituksen ulkopuolelle.
I've been using Automatic Call Recorder it works great and I dont even notice it in the background.
The link [link]
I use this one for my job, it works great on Android and speakerphone isn't needed.
Install this on your phone. The next conversation should be recorded automatically.
This is the one I use
Si no lo puedes hacer en linea tambien lo puedes hacer por teléfono, pero toma al menos un mes antes de ser dado de alta y van a tomar mínimo dos meses antes de que te dejen de llamar por completo. Por todas las llamadas que te sigan llegando despues de los primeros 30 puedes hacer que los multen como 500 pesos por llamada si le das seguimiento quejas.
Baja una aplicación para grabar las llamadas.
Cuando te llamen deja que se identifiquen como telcel, inmediatamente despues di la fecha y hora actual y el numero del que te marcan durante la llamada, diles que estas grabando, pregunta de que call center te estan hablando, identificación del operador y finalmente diles que ya no quieres mas publicidad. Recuerda que no tiene caso ser grosero con los operadores, a ellos nada mas les pasan el teléfono ya sonando, hacer todo esto solo te debe de tomar uno o dos minutos.
Pon una denuncia en profeco cada que juntes unas 5 llamadas y usa las grabaciones como evidencia.
I use this one on my Pixel. It seems to work pretty well.
Automatic Call Recorder
Then record all your calls with the Android Automatic Call Recorder App. I do it with all my calls.
Automatic Call Reorder
This one work as expected
This is the "handy dandy call record app for Android" that I use
Is it this one? There's a ton on the app store that have "ACR" in their title.
While close, it shows call that is recorded, and then you can delete it.
Or just install the app.
Download automatic Call Recorder.
I use this
Easy, automatic. I forget it's there until I need to review a call
I use Automatic Call Recorder with no issues.
> Call recording
Uh...I'm not rooted at the moment and I've used this app to automatically record calls perfectly: [link]
Here's the link [link]
Or you can just use Automatic Call Recorder which is simple and works great for free. [link]
Have you tried that? I havent personally but with 10million downloads and a 4.2 avg review it def looks good
Hi, could you try if recording calls works? I use [link] in my nokia 8 and works fine
This always works for me, has cloud support and is free.
Used it since LG G2 works fine with Note 8
I use this one
Can save the recording right to my google drive if I want.
I use this one.
Sempre funcionou bem aqui. Eu recomendo.
I think android has regular apps that can do it.
I use Automatic call recorder
For the future and for android: [link]
Sorry, I have send you the wrong link.
This is what i use [link]
this is a killer app for recording your phone calls.
You don't need root.
I'm on android [link]
Automatic Call Recorder works great for my Samsung Galaxy S4 mini
Have been using this for a few years:
This one? It's not working for me
~~I made a LPT post specifically because of this post. [link] my post was deleted because I put links in there.
If you are forgetful or make important calls that you need to be able to reference again later use a call recording app. Just remember if you're in a two-party notification state you must tell the other call you're recording them. I have a couple of medical issues that cause me horrible memory problems, so this app has been a huge help to me.
Automatic call recorder Android version:
IOS version: [link]
I've used this before and it worked well enough: [link]
Don't believe it requires root
Yea, it's called Automatic Call Recorder.
I've used it for years. Great app.
Not OP, but for Android I use this recorder from Appliqato. It records conversations pretty easily, and a minute is about 100 kB (using the default format; depending on the recording format you specify, it could differ).
You can easily have it not record conversations with specific people by specifying which contacts you don't want it to, so it's pretty good.
I've also heard good reviews about C Mobile's app, but I haven't tried it.
For iOS, I'd recommend NoNotes' app. It works fairly well, but I prefer the UI of the Android ones better. Still, it's probably the best free call recording app on the iOS market.
This one's good for Android: [link]
Not sure... I think that there may be apps for that. Yeah, found one.
This is the one that I use
It works perfect for me. I'm not associated with this app at all fyi.
An app that can record my calls would be great. Some thing like this : [link]
I use Automatic Call Recorder. Works well.
Then I guess they are going to have arrest any of the 50 million people that downloaded this app in my state: app
I took a look at a few call recording apps. None of them mention compatible devices.
The only thing it says it that it requires Android 2.3 and up.
The latter has a list of non-supported devices:
I can give the latter app a try but the first app I linked to I have tried and that doesn't work on a Galaxy S4 from T-Mobile. The list of non-supported devices says it doesn't work on a Galaxy S4 from Verizon but if it's anything like the first app then it's not going to work any better..
Here ya go, Chief.
Or use the app automatic call recorder:
Yep, same here. Galaxy S4.
Edit: Not sure if same. I'm talking about this one: [link]
Here is the one that I've been using.
A nice app with material design and I have been using it since it was newly launched
Automatic Call Recorder by Appliqato
I guess what you mean is how do you do that.
Step 1. Download a call recorder app
Step 2. Make the call and start the recorder
Step 3. Download the resulting file to your computer.
Step 4. Purchase and install video editing software such as Sony Vegas or Adobe Premiere.
Step 5. Import the audio recording into the audio track and any images you want to play along with the file.
Step 6. Hit render and wait for it to render out.
Step 7. Upload the resulting video file to YouTube.
Congratulations, you're done
Audio or I call bullshit.