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Podcast

  1. 1. Podcast/Vodcast
  2. 2. Today• What is (not) a podcast• How do you make one• Tools for making, editing and distributing• Play
  3. 3. What is a Pod/vodcast• Noun and verb• Digital media• Episodic• Subscribed to and downloaded through web syndication• or streamed online to a computer or mobile device. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Podcast
  4. 4. What is a Web Feed• A document with web links to the source of the content• Maintained on the distributors server• Accessed using a podcatcher or aggregator (i.e. iTunes)• Language = XML (usually)• Formats = RSS or Atom (usually)
  5. 5. Distributor server http://www.sddu.leeds.ac.uk/online_resources/podcasting/how_it_works.html
  6. 6. What is not a Podcast• Webcast – internet streaming
  7. 7. MonashPodcasts http://arts.monash.edu.au/ecps/podcast/
  8. 8. Creating a podcast1. Create the object – Captivate, PowerPoint, audio2. Save to a server with byte-range support enabled and a publicly accessible URL – Byte-range support allows users to stream the media3. Create a webfeed
  9. 9. Make the podcast accessible• Submit the URL for your feed to iTunes or other – http://www.podcastingnews.com/topics/Podcast_Soft ware.html
  10. 10. Create a podcast - Audacity• Free• Available on Monash computers• Today – Recording – Trimming – Saving – Exporting
  11. 11. Using Audacity – basics• Recording• Trimming• Saving• Exporting Skip to Play Record Start Audio Slider Selection Envelope Draw Zoom Timeshift Multi-tool Skip to Pause Stop End
  12. 12. Create a Webfeed• http://poderator.com/account.aspx?id=0
  13. 13. Validate Your Feed http://validator.w3.org/appc/
  14. 14. iTunes• Podcast can be an audio recording, video, or even a text document.• Supported file formats include .m4a, .mp3, .mov, .mp4, .m4v, .pdf and .epub.
  15. 15. Submit your Podcast Open iTunes 1. Click Podcasts 2. Click Submit a Podcast 3. Enter your Podcast Feed URL
  16. 16. Issues & Bits• Content copyright• Where to store the objects for public access• iTunes U
  17. 17. Resources• Library Guide – Links to tutorial videos

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