Hi Chris! Chuck would do some interesting podcasts, I'm sure! His programs
always gave us something to think about!
----- Original Message ----- From: "Chris Skarstad" <toonhead5@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, November 28, 2005 7:49 PM
Subject: Re: What software is need to Podcast?
You've already got a blog, that's step numbber 1 already taken care of. Now a number of people will disagree with me on this, but if you wanna keep things super simple and easy, go set up an account on Feedburner. http://www.feedburner.com
When you do this, you'll need to get the rss feed of your blog, most blogs out there have them now, so you may have to hunt around for it but you should be able to locate it somewhere. Give that rss feed address to feedburner. Then, when you record any audio and post it to your website or blog, it'll be sent out as a podcast. Simply give your website visiters your feedburner address, it would look something like
http;://feeds.feedburner.com/podcast what you call your podcast will most likely be what that last part will be. i just used the podcast in the address as a general term, it can be anything you like.
Then, as I said, when you post any mp3 files you've made, through whatever software you have, it automatically becomes a podcast.
I'm sure there are other solutions but that's the one i use whenever I do a podcast (haven't done one of those in a few months but I hope to soon), so i haven't forgotten about it, just haven't found anything really good to talk about. anyways, that should get you going.
At 03:36 PM 11/28/2005, you wrote:Hello List:
In order to make available audio for podcast download, what software do I need. Or, what is the correct steps to allow audio files to be downloaded on a Ipodder?
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