We will be talking about Audio production for podcasting. This document is about how to use Audacity to edit audio tracks for Podcasting
Archive for the ‘Podcasting’ Category
Just because its buried several days back, here is my rss url again http://feeds.feedburner.com/therealgreek.
If didn’t know better, I would say this project is damn near impossible. I think everything that could go wrong did go wrong with my audiocast. Plus the fact that I get easiliy frustrated. Wish me luck!
A sample of what you should see
This what the final product looks like in iTunes. Here is a sample vlog. You note the “chicklet” in the top right that links to the RSS feed you created in Feedburner. Feedburner converts your vlog into a podcast. It is like a language converter. The chicklet links to your Feedburner feed and allows folks (like me) to subscribe to your vlog as a podcast. When everything works right the vlog/podcast will be able to be viewed in iTunes. Note, on the vlog, how each episode has a short description. This is important for viewers to be able to make sense of the resulting pocast in iTunes.
Here is the RSS feed of the vidcast I am proud to submit as my final project.
“Whew, cool.” See you all in class.
Final Project Wrap-up
We will be discussing the Final Project Assignment. Time lines are critical for successful completion of this project. To go over the process, I will do the whole thing, including posting the feed of the project to iTunes in this final class. Tutorials for most of this process are available at freevlog. All audio and or video formats must be iTunes compatible, as per assignment.
This will be the last chance students will get to work in the lab with my assistance before the final. Wise use of this time is advised.
Due This Day:
There are no deliverables due this day. But at this point you should just be wrapping up this project. To be sure your project is appropriate check the Final Project Assignment. Here is what you should have done at this point:
- The URL of your Blogger blog should be posted to the class blog. This blog should include in its header a description of what your channel is. All posts must be appropriate for that channel.
- A 300×300 pixel mug of yourself. This image should be posted to the class ftp server.
- One screen shot, photos or graphic images representing each of your three episodes should be done. These three (or more) images should be posted to the class ftp server. These images should not exceed 400 pixels wide.
- You should have all three audio and/or video projects done, with photos/screen shots/graphic images linking to them. These graphics files should be uploaded to the class ftp server and must be on your Blogger blog.
- An RSS feed should be done (recommended procedure is via FeedBurner) and posted to the class blog.
- All work on this project should be completed no later than Sunday, May 20.