Re: Chris, Won't authenticate

  • From: "C Ayers" <blindsite@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 3 Dec 2005 11:17:42 -0600

Thanks, this has been very helpful.  Sorry for being a pain in the rear.

Chuck Ayers
Tulsa, Ok. USA
Voice Mail: 1 918 260 4729
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Chris Skarstad" <toonhead5@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, December 02, 2005 8:13 PM
Subject: Re: Won't authenticate

> Hi Chuck
> This is incorrect.
> What you are going to need to do, is locate the rss feed of your blog.
> refers to really simple syndication, which is what makes a poddcast and a
> blog work together hand in hand.
> You will know it's the right kind of link when you see a link that ends in
> a .rss, or .xml extention. Go to your blog provider's help section and you
> can find this address.  You then need to go to feedburner, and paste this
> rss, or .xml link into the box on feedburner's page, and then feedburner
> will then look to see if it can find any audio content on your blog, and
> will then turn any audio content you post to your blog as a
> podcast.  Feedburner will give you an address to use for your podcast.
> address is different than the one than you pasted in, yeah i know this is
> starting to get confusing, stay with me here buddy!!!
> But the link you give your podcast subscribers would look something like
> or whatever you'd like to call your podcast.   You would do all this, so
> that when  you create a blog entry and then post a link to an audio file
> it, remember this is just a regular old link to the file, nothing special
> about this, but when you post any audio to your  blog, Feedburner will do
> check and it'll say oh! Chuck's got new stuff, I'm gonna podcast it! then
> your podcast subscribers would get new stuff without having to download it
> manually.
> I would say the bitrate of your file is a bit low for a podcast though.
> Most portable audio players have trouble with audio content with a lower
> bitrate like 20 k at 11025 hertz mono, so for best results, I would do a
> file at 64k, 44.1 khz mono. Yes the files might be bigger in size, but
> you'll be able to make sure that all your listeners will be able to take
> the files you produce with them anywhere they go on any player they have.
> I hope all this is helpful. If you have any questions, or if what I said
> isn't making much sense, just write back and I'm sure others can help you
> along.
> At 07:22 PM 12/2/2005, you wrote:
> >List:
> >After pasting a url feed in to Feed Burner, it wont authenticate or
> >the feed url.  Is there either a time limit or bit rate limit or what.
> >Below is my url feed.  Does it look right.  I got it off the media player
> >property register.
> >Feed is:
> >The program is 10:42 minutes.  20 bps, 11025 hz.
> >What do I do now?  Help!
> >Signed: Not Authenticated in Oklahoma.
> >
> >
> >Chuck Ayers
> >Tulsa, Ok. USA
> >Email:
> ><mailto:c.r.ayers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>c.r.ayers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> >Voice Mail: 1 918 260 4729
> >Website:

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