Explore SoundQ’s collection sharing features for locally hosted files to boost teamwork and productivity.
In this tutorial video, explore how to make the most of SoundQ, especially when sharing your own sounds that you've imported into the app with others. Learn how to master SoundQ's collection sharing features and utilize the Remapper tool to streamline your workflow and collaborate seamlessly with others.
Understanding SoundQ's Collection Sharing
SoundQ's collection sharing is a powerful feature that lets you share sounds with other SoundQ users. This is straightforward for sounds hosted in the cloud, but it’s less intuitive for your own sound files hosted locally since file paths will be different users on different devices. When sharing local files, SoundQ synchronizes metadata to the cloud. In this case, it's essential to note that while metadata like descriptions, file names, and file paths are synced, audio files themselves are not.
Flexible and Accessible Cloud Services
SoundQ doesn't limit you to a specific cloud service. Whether you prefer Google Drive, Dropbox, or another option, the process remains the same. This flexibility means you can adapt SoundQ to your existing workflow without major disruptions.
One of the standout features of SoundQ is the Remapper tool. When sharing collections, you might encounter file path issues when accessing sounds from different computers. SoundQ's Remapper solves this problem elegantly. It allows you to on-the-fly adjust file paths, ensuring that your sounds are accessible on any device without permanently altering the metadata.
Begin Collaborating Now!
Now, you can invite other SoundQ users to join your project. Collaborate in real-time by jointly curating sound choices for scenes and share your favorite sounds!
Be sure to check out the PSE Discord and join the conversion.