The NFL’s newest recording software has a big hole to fill
Posted On July 17, 2021
The NFL is about to roll out the NFL’s most expensive software, and the latest version of its audio recording system isn’t quite ready to take over.
The NFL announced Wednesday that the $499 audio recording product will be called NFL Record, and will replace the league’s existing audio software, which was sold to the NFL by Microsoft.
The NFL’s new audio software will be available to users in the spring, and its developers will be able to create a set of proprietary codecs for it, which will allow users to record, edit and mix their audio using the software.
The new software will have more features than the existing NFL record software, including the ability to record and record again when the NFL loses a play or when the team is hit by a pass, which could be used to record a replay.NFL Record will be offered through the NFL Mobile app, which is available in select markets.
The $499 NFL Record product is expected to be available for purchase in early March, with the NFL and NFL Mobile going forward to announce details on the product’s availability later this month.
The latest version will be a free upgrade for existing users, and is currently available for $199, according to the company’s website.NFL players will also be able upgrade their existing audio recording and editing software to the new product.