Learn How Podcasting Works
It is not so easy to setting up a podcast. It will need some time to set everything initially. What you have to do is that you need to produce more audio content to post to your blog. Rest all will happen automatically.
There should be all individual audio files combine together to create a particular podcast show episode. All the files attached to it should be an mp3 file with good quality and size. Later in this tutorial we will discuss more about the recording equipment and its features.
For instance, you can record the first episode to export the same as XYZ001.mp3 to your blog to see the effect.
Use of tagging:
Firstly you need to do tagging of the file. That means before uploading the file you have to deliver some required information about this particular piece of audio. You need to edit the metadata or ID3 tags and include it to the original audio file to make the media players understand and show things like your name, the title of the podcast, the artwork for your podcast and even the episode number. Later in the discussion you will be provided with all the detailed information, tools and resources you required for the process.
Host on the server:
Thus once your audio file is properly tagged, you need to upload it onto a media hosting server. It’s because when the media player wants to play it, it can easily locate the same. It can be played from devices like a mobile or iTunes, or even from a website. Now you will be able to store your audio file right to your own website’s server with the same bandwidth however there may be a chance that activity could slow down or even crash the process. So to avoid this you can upload onto a separate server enabling it to run well with a better experience for your audience with better quality output. This will resolve the issue of overloading of your own site as well.