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yuno



Joined: 16 Mar 2006
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 16, 2006 8:49 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

after i create a simple RSS feed from FFA, i tried to upload into the iTune
using iTune Podcast Submit channel.

when i submit my feed URL to iTune, it says "the feed has no episodes." then it does not go through to the next step.

what makes the new episode within the feed, and what did i do wrong you think?

i thought if i make the new feed it automatically make a episode for me to update.


and can somebody tell me about updating in podcasting?

according to wikipedia, podcast is the automatic updating the feeds when someone sbscribe the podcast.
then what makes the automatic updating from podcast author?
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MacSupport



Joined: 24 Feb 2005
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 16, 2006 9:23 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

yuno wrote:
after i create a simple RSS feed from FFA, i tried to upload into the iTune
using iTune Podcast Submit channel.

when i submit my feed URL to iTune, it says "the feed has no episodes." then it does not go through to the next step.

what makes the new episode within the feed, and what did i do wrong you think?

i thought if i make the new feed it automatically make a episode for me to update.


and can somebody tell me about updating in podcasting?

according to wikipedia, podcast is the automatic updating the feeds when someone sbscribe the podcast.
then what makes the automatic updating from podcast author?


If it is saying there are no episodes either the are not items, or the items don't have any enclosures. Since you didn't share the URL to your feed I can't help much.

Jim
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