Curated by: Luigi Canali De Rossi

Monday, October 25, 2004

Podcasting for Windows Media

The ever resourceful digital media blogger, Jake Ludington, has written a highly informative and user-friendly guide on how to transfer and use digital audio files from iPodder to any Windows-based media player and has published the screenshot-filled tutorial on his site Mediablab.

Since the whole Podcasting phenomenum has been built around using Apple's iPod as the audio-player, this will be extremely useful for those budding radio DJs who haven't had a birthday recently and been given a shiny new iPod.

"Considering most available content is in MP3 format, I figured there's no reason Pocket PCs, portable audio players, SmartPhones, or other compatible devices can't work just as well."

Jake Ludington believes that the future for Podcasting will become much brighter when broadcasters can offer such features as listener call-ins and more sophisticated formatting of the content is available. In the meantime, if you wish to have a go, read Jake's tutorial.



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