Riverside.fm is a remote podcast and video recording tool. This page will go over the very basics of using it. For in depth and comprehensive guides go to Riverside Help Center. In addition, watch the video below to get a good general overview of the Riverside.


URL: https://riverside.fm/login
Email/Password: LastPass

Studio Setup

For most course media pieces, there are three primary design and development stages. In order, they are faculty development, ID review, and media production.

  1. Click +New Studio
  2. Give studio a name
  3. Choose Audio & Video or Audio Only
  4. Select Continue set up studio
  5. Select Create Show
  6. Select Settings
  7. In the security section set to…
    • Private
    • Turn on Require guests to wait in lobby
  8. In the recording section set…
    • Audio Sample Rate to 48 kHz
    • Participant video recording to Advanced quality. Also, toggle to Up to 4k HD.


  1. Go to your studio and select settings
  2. In the Invite participants section click invite
  3. Under Share a link, make sure guest is selected (More info about Participant Roles)
    Click copy to copy the invite URL
  4. Now go to Outlook and create a new invite with the UWEX-mediaproduction calendar
  5. Give the meeting an appropriate name and include 🖥 to denote it as a virtual recording (Ex: 🖥 ABT725 Interview – John Doe)
  6. Add Riverside.fm as the location
  7. Add your guests and your emails
  8. In the meeting details add the message below and make sure to replace placeholder spots with your info


Join a Studio Session
Start and Stop Recordings


Download High Quality Tracks
Export Recording as Adobe Premiere Pro Timeline


Import Timeline to Adobe Premiere Pro

Published on January 05, 2023 at 10:37:37 am CST. Last modified on January 05, 2023 at 11:23:51 am CST.