Well, I have not yet put out my first offical podcast but as a
NEWBIE it was not all that difficult to put out test files and
subscribe to them with ipodder. Radio Userland ($40) does all the
work for me in making the enclosures. I am on a Mac and am using
several free applications (including iTunes, Garageband, linein, and
soundflower) to create the MP3 files. From saying I wanted to do it
to getting up my first podcast test was about 2 hours. I will be
using Quicktime Pro to edit the audio file. I am hoping to record
the first installment later this week. The only technical snafu I
have is the lack of a quiet place away from kids, wife, dog to
record in and the time after work, sleep, kids homework, watching
Kerry and Bush slaughter each other in the debates, etc. Life gets
in the way of my FUN!
I am using a commercial ISP for the web hosting. They offered a good
deal on storage and bandwidth at about $8 per month (no set up fee!).
The setup I am using is almost exactly that as mentioned on the
Lastly, the final MP3 file is usually linked on the web site so you
can download it automatically with iPodder or just go to the site
and click it. It accomodates all.
AS FOR CONTENT: The idea of a church posting a service or a weekly
sermon in the form of a podcast is perfect! It is exactly the type
of audio on demand content for which this is ideal.
Good luck and let us know when you have things up and running!
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