#VoCo: An Adobe Podcast Experiment
One of the reasons there aren't as many podcasts floating around is that it is actually pretty difficult to get perfect - a single slip up and you could spend hours reworking and editing the recording.
Fortunately, Adobe has come up with a better way.
The company introduced a VoCo tool at its Adobe Max conference recently that makes it possible to insert dialogue into existing voice recordings.
There isn't a lot of information on the experiment yet but it appears that all that is required is enough audio for the software to understand someone's voice. See a video from the event here. At that point, all that is required for the solution to work is to type what you want that person to say. Pretty cool.
What Adobe has done for images, it appears now to be able to do with audio and the practical applications of the technology are immense. While Adobe hasn't said if or when these experience will ship, it's hard to imagine they won't.