Each of the links below will take you to a video tutorial about Podcaster.
Podcaster is available for both Windows and Mac users. Please click on the appropriate link for your operating system.
The Mac user instructions have been created by David Baugh and are hosted on the iPod in Education website. They may only be reproduced with his permission.
Please ensure that you have the latest version of Podcaster installed on your computer.
In order for Podcaster to know where you want your Podcast to be published, you will need to set the preferences in Podcaster. You will only need to do this once.
Learn more about Preferences in Podcaster here and by watching the vieo tutorials below.
A Podcast consists of two parts the Feed and the Episode...
Once you have created your Podcast, all you need do is click on the Publish button to publish your episodes to your chosen location but, how do you go about informing others where they are?
Sound files are not the only type of file you can podcast. PDF files and movies may also be used.
There is however another type of Podcast that is easy to create and allows you to add additional information Chapter Markers, sychronised pictures and hyperlinks,
the Enhanced Podcast.
When you are ready to add your enhanced podcast to the publish list...
Video tutorials, using Podcaster
Creating a podcast is actually quite easy and can be undertaken on both Windows and Macintosh computers. Below are some more resources to help you.
Podcaster Guide (490kb pdf). Author David Baugh
Faking enhanced podcasts with windows (596kb pdf). Author David Baugh