According to Wikipedia, A podcast is a multimedia file distributed over the Internet using syndication feeds, for playback on mobile devices and personal computers. Podcasting is an automatic mechanism whereby multimedia computer files are transferred from a server to a client, which pulls down XML files containing the Internet addresses of the media files. In general, these files contain audio or video, but could also be images, text, PDF, or any file type.
I am continuously on my podcast learning curve. Despite the difficulties, I am very excited over the many creative and technical tricks I can do beyond the basics! There are many things to learn but each small step I take in this journey will be an added experience. One that will be full of meaning and significance!
What are the Mechanics behind a Podcast?
Podcast Episode Content Structure and Planning
A good recommendation is using the same jingle for the beginning and ending part of an episode. You can also use jingles in different parts of an episode to cue the audience for another segment.
How is a Podcast created?
Creating an Audio Podcast Episode in GarageBand. Below are major steps involved in creating and publishing audio podcasts.
A. Recording a Podcast Episode
B. Editing the Sound of Your Podcast Episode
The following steps were based from Apple's GarageBand Tutorials.
C. Editing Your Podcast Episode with Artwork and Chapters
D. Exporting Your Podcast from GarageBand
Creating a Video Podcast using iMovie
Below are essential steps in creating and publishing video podcasts, or otherwise known as "vodcasts".
A. Recording a Video Podcast
B. Editing Your Video Podcast with Titles
C. Enhancing Your Video Podcast with Themes
D. Enhancing Your video Podcast with Audio files
E. Exporting Your Video Podcast in Quicktime
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