What Is Enhanced Podcasting?

Enhanced Podcasting involves merging images and clickable URLs with the usual sound-only podcast.

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In Melissa Lim's Math Podcasting, she writes about how she converted a video of a Math presentation into an enhanced podcast which would hopefully make it more accessible than the video.

Videos are usually larger than sound files, so if you want those with slower internet connections to access the presentation, why not simply offer the sound file, right? But what happens when those same people start looking for images? That's where an enhanced podcast comes in.

Melissa made use of the Enhanced Podcast Tutorial plus a Podcast Enhancer Apple script.

Apple? What about Windows users?

Last June 22, 2005 I wrote about The Future of Podcasting.

There you'll find info about a program (that runs on Windows) that allows you to combine images and web pages with your audio file. This means people who connect to the internet via dial-up can enjoy your mp3 files and image stills.

Just a few things bother me, though:

1. How much time passes between images? Will people get bored?
2. How large are the images? Can people easily see what you're trying to show?
3. The Windows approach -- how do we put these into iPods?

[ First posted on 10/05/2005 by Manuel Viloria ]

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