Podcasting like a pro! (Part 2) – How to edit and publish your podcast recording


Two things must be done before you begin: First, use AoA Audio Extractor to extract your file from GoToMeeting (or other recording tool) & convert to “WAV”. Note: if your recording tool allows you to export your file automatically to “WAV” you can skip the first step. Step 1: Convert your file to “WAV”. Extract ‘video’ files (those obtained from GoToMeeting, i.e. the podcasters recording) & convert to audio using Audio Extractor (AoA).

Library? Which Library?

Adobe Captivate

If you import a (compressed)mp3 file it will automatically be converted to a ‘raw’ wav-file which will also be in this folder. It is recommended whenever possible to import a wav file, when published it will be compressed to mp3 by Captivate. In the screenshot above Tips, you see an imported Photoshop file (Libraries_Small.psd), where I indicated 4 layers which have been converted to PNG-images. Intro.


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Podcasting for E-Learning: Digital Audio Basics

The E-Learning Curve

Denis Nowlan, Deputy to the Controller for BBC Radio 4 describes this as the wonder of radio [and sound] …the conjuring of magical sounds, Prospero-like, out of the silently teeming air. and converting that amplitude into a binary number. When recording voice-over narration, capture all of your audio at 16 bit, 44.1KHz, in mono using the WAV format in Windows, Au format for Unix-based systems (like Linux), and AIFF for Apple Mac.

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Similar to an image editor, an audio editor is a piece of software that lets you manipulate digital sound content, like mp3 or wav files. This manipulation can range from trimming (cutting an audio clip to a specified size, e.g. to get rid of irrelevant parts), normalizing (making sure the sound is as loud as it needs to be) and de-noising (removing unwanted sounds, like the hiss of an air-condition) to very elaborate and extreme edits.

Podcasting for E-Learning: Editing and Producing Podcasts

The E-Learning Curve

Convert tapes and records into digital recordings or CDs. Edit Ogg Vorbis, MP3, WAV or AIFF sound files. Cut, copy, splice or mix sounds together.

E-learning Development: Selecting the Right Audio, Video, and Image Format

CommLab India

If the tool does not support the image, video, or audio format you want to import, you will have to waste time converting them into the required format. Audio (F6) formats include MP3 and WAV. WAV: (WAVE AUDIO) Normally used for Radio, TV, DVD, or other media-related objects; does not compress audio and maintains good quality. Audio (ALT+N+O Individually) formats include MP3, WMA, WAV, M4A, AAC, AIFF, and OGG.

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Adobe eLearning Suite CS4

Big Dog, Little Dog

I cleaned up the audio by boosting the sound a bit and speeding it slightly up. So I saved it to a WAV file, which was quite large, and then saved that as an MP3 file which worked quite well -- a small compact file plus it kept both tracks. Then I tried the text to speech converter, but it reported that I did not have the files installed (I should have been given this option during the install process).

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