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Edit your recordings with Descript

Learn how to use Descript to repurpose and perfect your Restream recordings.

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Written by Becca Mintz
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Refine your Restream recordings to perfection with Descript. Seamlessly edit your content and import it back to Restream for hassle-free scheduling.

How to import a recording from Restream to Descript

  1. Open your Video Storage and click Recordings.

  2. Find the recording you want to edit and click on the three dots below it.

  3. Select Edit in Descript. Descript will open automatically, where you can log in and begin editing.

How to export a recording from Descript to Restream

  1. Click Publish at the top-right corner of your Descript editor.

  2. Select Restream from the list of options.

  3. Select Publish at the bottom of the publishing window.

  4. Restream will automatically launch and your published content's URL will be filled in. Just click Upload to proceed.


  • Descript is available to all Restream users, but the maximum video size and storage amount varies per Restream plan.

  • Descript offers its own pricing, with some features available for free and others requiring a subscription. You can learn more here.


What is Descript?

Descript is a powerful software that simplifies audio and video editing. It provides editing capabilities such as text-based editing for audio files, and automatic transcription for effortless subtitling You can easily correct audio mistakes by dubbing over them or remove unnecessary segments. Additionally, the platform enables you to create engaging social media clips directly from your content, making it a versatile tool for content creators and editors alike.

Can I export audio files from Descript to Restream?

No, Restream can only accept video content. You will need to change the composition on Descript to video before exporting to Restream.

💡 Use Restream's own trimming feature to eliminate unnecessary parts and create compelling, short clips.

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