September 20, 2022

Kiswe Studio Recorder: Save Your Streams in the Cloud

Our latest Kiswe Studio update lets you easily archive and access your live content.

Whether you’re looking to create alternate broadcasts with on-screen talent, or reach global audiences through localized programming, it’s crucial that your live content is available when you need it, where you need it. With Kiswe Studio’s latest Recorder feature, you can easily archive, adapt and access your content to fit your needs. 

Built with broadcast producers and engineers in mind, Recorder ensures that all of your valued content is backed by the speed, reliability, and security of Kiswe’s cloud-native video engine. By simply clicking on the “Record” option, you can now unlock the ability to record, download, and clip live content easily. The recorded content can be shared on live broadcasts or across social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. 

The Recorder feature allows content producers, broadcasters, and social media teams to collaborate and share content more efficiently than ever before. 

Curious to know more about how Recorder works? Here’s a breakdown of what the workflow looks like in Kiswe Studio: 

1. First, log into Kiswe Studio and create an event. If you need help getting set up with an account or have issues logging in, please contact our team at

2. Create an Event

- Select the “Record” option on the dashboard and fill in the event details: 

 - Event name

- Start & end date

- Region (Select the region closest to where the event happens)

- Add 1 stream and give it a custom name (if needed)

3. Record the event

- The stream will begin recording from the start time and you will see the event on the active dashboard panel.

4. Download & clip the event

Once the event has finished recording, it will appear in the “Archived” section

Now you can download a video of the entire event,  or crop it into smaller sections.

Here are the following formats that Studio supports: 


  • aac audio codec
  • h264 video codec
  • up to 1080p@60Hz 20mbps 
  • 10 hour duration


  • Push only
  • Aac and ac3 audio codecs
  • h264 video codec
  • up to 1080p@60Hz 20mbps 
  • 10 hour duration

If you have any questions or need any guidance, reach out to our team at