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Podpress Configuration Options / Tutorial

By | January 15, 2008

Well, it almost seems like I’ve been on vacation for a few weeks. I will admit that I’ve been lazy for awhile, but it has been far from vacation! I’m swamped with work. In addition to work for my clients, I’ve recently released some of my own training products, one of which is Audition 3.0. A lot of people ask me how I do all these audio tricks and create my podcasts, and if you want to see me in action, check out my Fast Track to Adobe Audition 3.0 available at my eBay store. It takes you through Audition basics, as well as some more advanced stuff. But enough about me, what is this week’s podcast on? Read on.

Awhile ago, I was doing a tutorial series on setting up a site for podcasting with Mighty Seek’s Podpress plugin. I mentioned going through the config stuff at a later date (I actually said I’d do it the next week, but I always make promises like that and end up getting distracted…so what’s new?). Well, I forgot about it and a listener reminded me about it. Since he is one of 5 people that actually listen to this podcast, I figured I should get it done for him. So that’s what I did, I interrupted our coverage of the studio installation up in Canada, just for one week. We’ll get back to it next time (notice I didn’t say “next week“)

This week’s video is in full blown 640×480 video! Special thanks to Craig Santini, The Hollywood Star Coach for his excellent work on the introduction this week. Check out his site at www.hollywoodstarcoach.com.

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Topics: How to Podcast, Podcasting Software, Tutorial | 2 Comments »

2 Responses to “Podpress Configuration Options / Tutorial”

  1. The Handyguys Podcast Says:
    January 16th, 2008 at 8:34 pm

    Thanks!!! The intro had me rolling on the floor (almost). I fixed a few things in my config, I hope.

    I think I have things figured out. Some stuff you didn’t mention, that I think I figured out.
    - Getting itunes feedid
    - What is the RSS feed URL
    - Submitting to itunes
    - Submitting to the other 4 sites
    - The settings used when adding the podcast to your post.

    Thanks for the great info.
    Check out what we have done by listening to your tutorials.
    We have several more episodes “in the can” and they are much improved, audio wise, thanks to some of your other broadcast.

  2. benc Says:
    March 12th, 2008 at 3:52 pm

    Hi Ken, great podcasts! Do you have an email address or contact I can reach you at? I am looking to see if you could review a sports podcast I produce. Thanks!


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