I have been having great fun recording a podcast with a total of three hosts, two in the continental USA and the third in the UK. So far, we have tried using VoIP clients for recording with some mixed success. First, we tried Gizmo which worked well, but the sound quality was a bit lacking. Currently, we are using Skype for the VoIP client and a third-party app called Pamela to record the "conference call" conversations for editing and production of the podcast.
My question is that we are having problems with Skype (and likely most VoIP programs I am familiar with) due to the long route our packets must travel and the loss of sound quality. Have any users here found a different program or client for recording podcasts or even a different service where perhaps we could all call in to a central location and record? The complicating factor is the host in the UK and the other two hosts on a different continent.
Any ideas, tips or tricks would be greatly appreciated!
Edited by gust0208, 03 July 2007 - 09:08 PM.