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      Kim from Memphis, Tennessee takes care of her older parents, both of whom are losing their cognition processes and thus forget a lot of things she does for them. Her brother and niece are accusing her of elder abuse, so she’s been trying to document her caretaking to prove her innocence.

      The only problem: Most of her evidence is in audio format. She has countless hours of audio recordings in .wav format, which takes up a ton of space. Although she wants to share her evidence with attorneys and other officials, she’s having trouble finding a program that can actually process and transfer her files.

      First, I advised her to set up a private YouTube channel. Here’s a step-by-step guide to doing just that. (Although the link is for video files, these steps also apply when you’re working with audio files.)

      I also told her to set up cameras that record video history. They see and hear everything. Plus, all of the storage is in the cloud, so you don’t have to worry about organizing your evidence. Tap or click here for more information, including six essential features you need in a home security system.

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