Re: [podcasters] XML feed creation tool
> On 11/2/07, weisslerjody <weisslerjody@...> wrote:I don't create my own xml (I use wordpress/podpress), but I have heard
> Other than hand coding...what are the current tools that you are all
> using to create your own xml..
good things about Feed For All, http://www.feedforall.com/ . It'll
cost you $39.95 though.
There is a free tool called ListGarden, that a friend of mine from
church uses to create the RSS for our church. It is a basic feed
generator with some podcast support. However, it hasn't been updated
since 2005, so it doesn't have the iTunes tags. We use Feedburner to
handle the iTunes information. Alternatively you could just add the
tags into the finished file manually.
http://www.WillBrownOnline.com/ - All Things Me
http://www.CloudyDayArt.com - Poetry Podcast
- There's a somewhat older but still useful piece of software I've used
for a couple of years called NewzAlert which generates the RSS file
Tim 'Gonzo' Gordon
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Those that aren't using Libsyn anyways.
On 11/3/07, Katronix Serf <kat@thekatsplace.
<mailto:kat%40thekatsplace.com> com> wrote:
> I think most people are using WordPress with PodPress, to blog theirusing
> posts, and to auto create the xml feed.
> On Nov 2, 2007, at 8:31 PM, weisslerjody wrote:
> > Dear Podcasters,
> > I am an experienced podcaster with a real problem. I have been
> > webpasties which has an online xml creation tool and host for myall
> > files.
> > Fortunately for me (or unfortunately) depending on how you look at
> > it,
> > my two podcasts have outgrown these services since they literally
> > charge for overusage. I therefore want to host my own xml files.
> > Other than hand coding...what are the current tools that you are
> > using to create your own xml..whatever
> > I am aware of feedburner, but I don't want to be locked into
> > google might ends up doing with all the feeburner feeds.--
> > Please help...
> > One more thing...I use Linux, OSX and Windows, but would prefer to
> > have a tool that works on the Windows environment so my colleagues
> > could use it too.
> > thanks,
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- If you're looking for a no-cost feed generator, you
can always use this online tool:
I didn't like the way the the tool listed the newest
episodes last, so I ended up changing the code by
hand, and now I just update manually, but it did get
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> Feed Editor:
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My $.02 I use Feed Editor, but I can't say how good it is compared with
other programs because I'm new at this as well.
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