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Large file uploads in a web browser are problematic, even in 2018. If working with a poor network connection, uploads can fail and have to be retried from the start.

At Auphonic, our users have to upload large audio and video files, or multiple media files when creating a multitrack production. To minimize any potential issues, we integrated various external services which are specialized for large file transfers, like FTP, SFTP, Dropbox, Google Drive, S3, etc.

To further minimize issues, as of today we have also released resumable and chunked direct file uploads in the web browser to ...

When producing a show on a regular basis, it's time consuming to add an intro or outro file to every episode again and again.
With Auphonic you can automate the whole workflow: you create intro/outro files only once and we automatically add it to every new production.

Use Intros/Outros with Presets

You can automatically add an intro and outro to any Auphonic production (see screenshot above), this works for singletrack and multitrack productions.
As intros/outros are intended to be used multiple times, they are only loudness normalized to match the loudness of your production without further Auphonic processing (no leveling, ...

We are happy to announce that Blubrry Media Hosting, one of the most popular podcast hosting services, is now supported by Auphonic! You can export your processed audio files to Blubrry and various other services automatically.
Furthermore we integrated WebDAV, which is used by many cloud storage providers, for incoming and outgoing file transfers.

Auphonic to Blubrry Integration

Blubrry, part of RawVoice, Inc., is a podcasting veteran and famous for the open source PowerPress Podcasting plugin for wordpress, for Media Hosting and Media Statistics.

With the support of Angelo Mandato, we implemented Blubrry media ...

In case you have not noticed already, Auphonic now supports Amazon S3 and Archive.org as external services. Archive.org, also known as the 'Internet Archive', is a great service for publicly hosting audio and video files for free. Amazon S3, on the other hand, provides both free and affordable services for public or private file storage, featuring better download speeds and high durability. S3 also interfaces with Glacier, Amazon's cheap solution for long-term archiving and backups of data that does not require rapid access.

Similarly to our support for Dropbox, YouTube, Soundcloud, Libsyn, and ...

We are very proud to release version one of the Auphonic audio post processing web API. This is a complete REST API to all our algorithms and functionality, for example: