It was said that in October 2004, Google search resulted in less than 6,000 hits for "podcasting". Today, a similar search results in more than 857,000 results. Like blogging, podcasting has come out of now and has enthusiastic tracking.
While some traditional radio shows have started their podcasts on regular broadcasts, most of the uploaded podcasts are independent broadcasters who are fascinated by the technique. As a result some podcasts are a bit rough around the edges. Nevertheless, it is clear that technology offers significant potential and potential. Even the narrators believe podcasting is more than just a passing fad.
Podcasting is the RSS file used to distribute and distribute audio files. Podcasting contains an audio file on the RSS feeds tag. In RSS feeds, a closed tag is used to paste certain types of files. The file in the wrap label can be a picture, a data file, a video file, or a sound file. Podcasting specifically refers to RSS feeds that contain sound files in the cabinet label. The RSS version currently supporting the wardrobe tags is the RSS 2.0 version. Currently, every podcast is created.
The advantage of podcasting is that users can sync content with the media player and listen to it at a particular time and place of choice: radio on demand. And although this technology is not confined to music, it seems to be the most remarkable area.
Podcasting is generally inexpensive. The investment in high-quality microphones ensures that the recording is heard. Depending on knowledge and experience, some podcasts invest in audio conversion, compression, and audio editing applications. There is also a need for web space bandwidth and software for creating a podcast data packet. Overall, the initial cost is relatively small.
Disclosure of Podcasts
In three easy steps, independent broadcasters can hear their voices:
1. Publishers create loud content and publish them to a web site for students.
2nd You can create or edit an existing RSS feed that contains a link to a sound file in the "closed" field of RSS 2.0 feeds, uploaded to a site.
3rd Tell the world that a podcast is available.
Listen to Podcasts:
Three easy steps for web supporters to listen to podcasts:
1. Download a newsletter or RSS reader that supports podcasting or synchronizing a wireless device, such as your iPod, with your computer.
2nd Enter the podcast feed URL in the news bulletin or podcast management software.
3rd As new items appear in the summary, review the description of the podcasts and listen to what's interesting.
With the rise of popularity, many sounds will probably be drowned, but for the time being, an independent microphone and unlimited bandwidth can be created, created and changed the world.
Useful tools for podcasting:
Create podcast feed – http://www.feedforall.com