Re: [videoblogging] iTunes wants metadata
Hangin' in there for feedburner to catch up. Thanks for your expert advice,
"It isn't done alone."
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From: "Ryan Ozawa" <ryanozawa@...>
Sent: Wednesday, June 29, 2005 12:48 PM
Subject: Re: [videoblogging] iTunes wants metadata
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> On 6/29/05, Jan <vze4pnhk@...> wrote:
>> Had a moment this morning to update iTunes on the PC and find my
>> podcast listed (having gotten into Curry's podcast directory).
>> iTunes does not show the info properly so I set about to hack the
>> atom.xml file.
> The good news is, you've got the hang of iTunes' special tags -- at
> least at the channel level (each item can be tagged, too). The bad
> news is, I don't think they'll work in an Atom feed. The tags are an
> extension of RSS, and Atom is a competing syndication format. (It
> doesn't look good for Atom, either, despite Google's backing, given
> that Apple, Microsoft, and Yahoo all seem committed to simply
> extending RSS.)
> Since you're using Blogspot (a Google property), you only get an Atom
> feed... unless you pass it through Feedburner. At which point, it's
> Feedburner that has to do tweaking to add iTunes' tags, as they
> generate the RSS.
> The (other) good news is, Feedburner has commited itself to
> supporting iTunes tags, as well as other extensions (i.e. Yahoo!
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