FusionCast makes the task of converting a podcast episode into a video file very easy. Just drag your audio file and artwork, pick from one of the templates provided, choose the quality, and export.
The app takes full advantage of your Mac's CPU and GPU cores, so exporting a 2-hour-long episode can take as little as 8 minutes on a 16" MacBook Pro.
This is the app for you if you're a podcast producer and you'd like to increase your audience by uploading your episodes to a video platform such as YouTube. Normally, you'd have to use a complicated video editor just to produce a simple video file based on your audio and show's artwork. With FusionCast, it's just a matter of dragging and dropping your files in and clicking "Export".
With the autofill functionality, FusionCast remembers your settings based on the name of your audio file, so the next time you want to make a video from another episode of the same show, it will automatically configure your project to use the same artwork, template and format as the ones you've last used for that show.
While FusionCast was designed with podcasters in mind, it can be used by anyone who wants a simple way to convert an audio and image into a simple video for publishing anywhere.
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Does what it says, fast
I wanted to use this to add audio clips to my instagram stories. Unfortunately it forces a 16:9 aspect ratio. If you could allow it to maintain the aspect ratio of the image, this would be a great use case.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.