Podcast Tutorial Setup Transcript:
Welcome to the FeedForAll Podcast creation
In this tutorial, we'll be going over how
to create a basic Podcast.
For information on creating an iTunes podcast,
please watch our iTunes
The first step is to run the program,
so find your shortcut for FeedForAll and
double click on it.
When you first run the program, you'll
see this splash screen.
If you would like to purchase the software,
left click on the Buy Now button.
If you've already purchased, please watch
our FeedForAll registration tutorial.
To continue to use the trial version, left
click on Continue.
After you left click on Continue, a prompt
will come up and ask if you ant to use the
FeedForAll Feed Creation wizard.
For the purposes of this tutorial, left
click on Yes.
In the first step of the Feed Creation Wizard,
left click on Next.
In the second step, the wizard will ask
what type of feed you would like to create.
There are currently three available options:
Standard RSS Feed, Standard Podcast, and
For the purposes of this tutorial, select
Standard Podcast, then click on Next.
In the third step, the wizard will ask you
for a Feed Title.
Your Feed Title is the overall name of the
feed that you would like displayed. Enter
the title for your feed, then click on Next.
In the fourth step, the wizard will ask
you for a Feed Description.
Your Feed Description should be a short,
concise description of the purpose or content
of the feed itself, not the items, which
we'll get to later.
After entering The description for your
feed, Left click on next. In the fifth step,
you'll need to give the Feed a link.
Most feed links reference your website.
For example, in this tutorial, we'll use
our website, http://www.feedforall.com After
entering the link to your website, left
click on Next.
When you click on Next, you'll see the Item
This is the section we can use to create
individual items for our RSS Feed.
So, left click on Next to start the Item
In the first step of the Item Creation Wizard,
you'll need to enter a title for the item.
In the space provided, enter a short title
for the item.
After entering the title, click on Next.
In the second step, you'll need to enter
a short description of the item in the space
After entering a short description of the
item, click on Next.
In the third step, it will ask you for the
The item's link should be a URL to a webpage
that contains the full version of the information
this item represents.
After entering a link, click on Next. In
the fourth step, you'll be asked for the
Item Enclosure information.
The Item enclosure information is used to
add audio files to your podcast.
In first section, the URL, you'll need to
give a link to the audio component of your
This should be an audio file (wav, mp3,
or other format) that you have already uploaded
to your website.
When you upload that audio file to your
website, your website will assign that file
In this example, I've uploaded a sample
wav file to my website.
You'll notice that after you enter the URL,
the Type will automatically fill in for
The Length field does not refer to the audio
length of the file, it refers to the size
of the file in bytes.
If you don't know how to determine the length
of a file, here's what you'll want to do:
Locate the audio file on your hard drive.
You may need to download the audio file
to your hard drive to do this.
Once you've located the file, right click
on it, then left click on properties.
In the properties of the file, you should
see the Size field.
This is the number you'll need to enter
into the Length field.
Once you've entered the Length, left click
On the final prompt of the Configuration
Wizard, you can either click on Finish to
complete the wizard or you can click on
Add Item to add a new item with the Item
After you click on Finish, the program will
ask you if you would like to save the new
Click on Yes.
A new prompt will come up and it will ask
you what you want to name the feed.
This is the file name for the feed and is
what will be referenced on your website.
Enter a name for the feed, then left click
This concludes the FeedForAll Podcast creation
For more information, including tutorials
on creating iTunes podcasts, please visit
our website, www.feedforall.com