Podcasting Video Tutorials
- Setting Up Microphone/Headset (59s, 1.4 MB)
This movie shows you how to set up your audio preferences so you can use a USB microphone or headset to record with
- Recording with Garageband (1m32s, 16.3 MB)
This movie has a brief tour of the Podcast Studio interface in Garageband and shows you how to create a recording for your podcast.
- Editing Features of Garageband (57s, 10.2 MB)
This movie shows you how to use the Track Editor in Garageband to remove parts of your recording you don't need.
- Adding Loops (54s, 9.8 MB)
This movie shows you how to add a loop to your podcast recording. You can use a Garageband loop to add intro or background music to your podcast.
- Importing Music from iTunes (33s, 6 MB)
Garageband integrates well with the other iLife applications. This movie shows you how to import music from your iTunes library for use as background music.
- Ducking (39s, 7.1 MB)
Ducking is a new feature in Garageband that allows you to designate a track as either a backing or leading track. When there is sound on the leading track, Garageband automatically lowers the volume of the backing track.
- Adjusting Audio Levels (34s, 6 MB)
This movie shows you to access the volume curve to adjust volume levels in Garageband and how to create a fade in/fade out effect.
- Adding Images to an Enhanced Podcast (42s, 7.7 MB)
This movie shows you how to use the Media Browser in Garageband to add images from your iPhoto library to a podcast.
- Editing Images for an Enhanced Podcast (37s, 6.8 MB)
Garageband allows you to edit the images in your podcast track so that they are the right size when the podcast is played back on iTunes or on an iPod. This movie shows you how to open the images in your podcast for editing.
- Adding Chapter Markers (35s, 6.2 MB)
This movie shows you how to add chapter markers that can be used to navigate through your enhanced podcasts.
- Exporting to Disk (1m05s, 11.7 MB)
This movie shows you how to export your movie to disk so you can upload it to your web server and make it available online.
- Sharing to iTunes (38s, 6.8 MB)
This movie shows you how to transfer your podcast to iTunes so that you can preview how it will look once it is online.
- Converting to MP3 Using iTunes (1m18s, 14.2 MB)
This movie shows you how to use iTunes to create an MP3 version of your podcast. The MP3 version will not include still images or chapter markers.
- Uploading Your Media to a Web Server (1m10s, 12.7 MB)
This movie shows you how to upload an audio or video file to the USF web servers using Fugu, a free SSH program.
- Creating an RSS Feed File (2m14s, 24.4 MB)
This movie walks you through the sections of a basic RSS feed. Download the RSS feed file.
- Sharing to iWeb (24s, 4.4 MB)
iWeb is the web design application introduced by Apple with iLife 06. With iWeb you can easily create a web page to share your podcasts online. This movie shows you how to send a podcast from Garageband to iWeb.
- Creating a Podcast Page in iWeb (50s, 9.1 MB)
This movie shows you how to edit the podcast page created when you send over a podcast project from Garageband to iWeb.
- Subscribing to a Podcast in iTunes (32s, 5.6 MB)
This movie shows you how to test your podcast by subscribing to it with iTunes.