Squadcast announced a major update increasing their limit of four people recording together to as many as 10 people total in addition to automatic leveling and noise filtering in collaboration with Dolby Voice and they added screen sharing.
Here’s a list of their new features with Dolby Voice:
Normalize loudness to -16 LUFS, the industry standard, with Dolby Dialog Intelligence
Optimize speech dynamics and tonality that may be skewed by microphone technique
Reduce background noise and sounds that are not human speech
Filter out undesirable noises like thumps and low-frequency hums under 100 Hz
Reduce sibilance from harsh consonant sounds like “s”, “ch”, or “th” to enhance speech
They also announced connectivity updates that will better attempt to reconnect with a lost guest and the addition of pronouns in the name input section.
Some updates are not available in their standard tier of $20 for five hours of recording a month and require you to use their pro version of $50 a month for 12 hours of recording.
Full price list and options available here.