RECORDR is a free, web based audio and video recording and publishing app.
I’m not sure if this is a case of “great minds think alike” or what. Yesterday, I discovered a neat little web based app (previous post) called ROTO.TO for recording video messages and distributing them to social networking sites like Facebook & Myspace or on the web. Today, thanks to the amazing Jane Hart, I discovered another one – RECORDR.
RECORDR does much the same thing. It allows the user to record an audio or video message and publish it to a web page.
As far as I can tell, both ROTO.TO & RECORDR use the same underlying technology – Flash – to capture pictures and sound however the two apps differ in a few significant respects. RECORDR will record sound only or video and sound. ROTO.TO does video and sound only – no options.
ROTO.TO supports Facebook and MySpace. RECORDR supports Twitter. Both also support web page integration.
RECORDR is still in beta and while the recording part works fine, the account sign-up process needs work. RECORDR uses OpenID for verification but when I used my OpenID account, I received an error message – an OpenID server could not be found. There’s no other way to sign up and an account is needed to do some of the cool stuff this app is capable of. Hopefully that will be fixed soon. Otherwise, it’s a very nice app.
Check it out at:
(Thanks to Jane Hart for this link.)