Podcasting on a
     Mac



         Lori Sheldon
          April 2009
What you will
       need:


• Keynote
• iPhoto
• Garageband
Planning


 • Choose your topic.
 • Brainstorm your content.
 • Write your script.
The Steps
1. Plan - create a storyboard and script.
2. Images - create slides to go with
   your words
3. Sound - add musi...
Images


• Create Keynote slides to
  accompany your words.
• You can take pictures as well.
How to: Images,
        Keynote
• In Keynote, make sure to change
  the slide size to 800 x 800.
• Go to “Inspector”
• Cli...
Create Your Slides

    • Take, and or, import pictures.
    • Add text.
Slides Finished...
• You need to send your slides to
  iPhoto.
• Go to “File.”
• Choose “Send to, iphoto”
• Name a new alb...
Garageband
    (Overview)


• Open Garageband
• Select “Podcast Episode.”
• Bring in your slides.
• Add music if you choos...
Bring in Your Slides
         (1)



    •1
Bring in Your Slides
        (2)
Bring in Your Slides
         (3)
Add Music



• Use premade loops or use your
  own music.
• Be careful not to violate
  copyright.
Adding Premade
     Loops

• Depending on your version of
 Garageband, the “Loops” icon
 could be in several different
 pl...
Adding Music
from iTunes (1)

1. Click on the media browser.
2. Click “Audio.”
3. Select your song.
Adding Music From iTunes
          (2)
Recording Voice
     (1)
Recording Voice
     (2)
Publishing & Sharing
                 Options




•   Send to iTunes to be viewed on one computer.

•   Export it and burn...
Sharing & Publishing
 • Depending on your version of
   Garageband, the sharing options will
   either be under “File” or ...
More Detailed
    Tutorial:



• http://www.apple.com/support/
 garageband/podcasts/
Images
               (linked to originals within the slides)




Slide 1, Modified Podcast Logo with My Headphones
Photosh...
Lori P. Sheldon
http://keystonemoments.com
       lorips@mac.com
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  • Podcast On Mac

    1. 1. Podcasting on a Mac Lori Sheldon April 2009
    2. 2. What you will need: • Keynote • iPhoto • Garageband
    3. 3. Planning • Choose your topic. • Brainstorm your content. • Write your script.
    4. 4. The Steps 1. Plan - create a storyboard and script. 2. Images - create slides to go with your words 3. Sound - add music/voice 4. Publish - send it to iTunes or put in on the web.
    5. 5. Images • Create Keynote slides to accompany your words. • You can take pictures as well.
    6. 6. How to: Images, Keynote • In Keynote, make sure to change the slide size to 800 x 800. • Go to “Inspector” • Click on the first icon, a page. • Go to slide side, click the arrows. • Pick “Custom Slide Size.” • Type 800 x 800.
    7. 7. Create Your Slides • Take, and or, import pictures. • Add text.
    8. 8. Slides Finished... • You need to send your slides to iPhoto. • Go to “File.” • Choose “Send to, iphoto” • Name a new album and send them.
    9. 9. Garageband (Overview) • Open Garageband • Select “Podcast Episode.” • Bring in your slides. • Add music if you choose. • Record your voice.
    10. 10. Bring in Your Slides (1) •1
    11. 11. Bring in Your Slides (2)
    12. 12. Bring in Your Slides (3)
    13. 13. Add Music • Use premade loops or use your own music. • Be careful not to violate copyright.
    14. 14. Adding Premade Loops • Depending on your version of Garageband, the “Loops” icon could be in several different places. Look for this symbol and click on it.
    15. 15. Adding Music from iTunes (1) 1. Click on the media browser. 2. Click “Audio.” 3. Select your song.
    16. 16. Adding Music From iTunes (2)
    17. 17. Recording Voice (1)
    18. 18. Recording Voice (2)
    19. 19. Publishing & Sharing Options • Send to iTunes to be viewed on one computer. • Export it and burn it to a disk. • Export it to be put online. (wiki, podbean...)
    20. 20. Sharing & Publishing • Depending on your version of Garageband, the sharing options will either be under “File” or “Share.”
    21. 21. More Detailed Tutorial: • http://www.apple.com/support/ garageband/podcasts/
    22. 22. Images (linked to originals within the slides) Slide 1, Modified Podcast Logo with My Headphones Photoshopped On, by Colleen AF Venable from Flickr Slide 2, Apple Macbook Setup, by jaudrius from Flickr Slide 3, Write, by trial from Flickr Slide 4, Music, by labanex from Flickr Slide 7, Film Strip by pinachina from Flickr Slide 13, Music by phil h from Flickr Slide 17, RCA 40a Microphone by jschneid from Flickr Slide 19, cd+light=color by nguyendai from Flickr Slide 21, Retro Apple Logo Fruit Salad by Richard Thomas from Flickr
    23. 23. Lori P. Sheldon http://keystonemoments.com lorips@mac.com

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