Creating files & describing your files is an important part of making a podcast in GarageBand - step #2 in a series of five steps.
|@ April 12, 2007 7:39:42 PM EDT ( )|
The third step: Adobe Acrobat file walks through the third step in using GarageBand basic recording processes.
|@ April 12, 2007 7:38:05 PM EDT ( )|
Creating an "enhanced podcast" (also known as a slideshow or photo essay)? This Adobe Acrobat file walks through the fourth step in using GarageBand - dragging & dropping image files into your Podcast Track.
Note: Enhanced podcasts (AAC files: .m4a or .m4b files) work in iTunes (on Apples or PC desktops) and on iPods - and usually not on other mobile content devices.
|@ April 12, 2007 7:37:03 PM EDT ( )|
This Adobe Acrobat file walks through the last step in using GarageBand - compressing your GarageBand sound/image podcast to .m4a format and describing your podcast with important metadata.
|@ April 12, 2007 7:35:34 PM EDT ( )|
This GarageBand tutorial is a long Adobe Acrobat file that walks through GarageBand sound and enhanced podcast production from start to finish.
This manual is 9 pages long.
|@ April 10, 2007 6:45:05 PM EDT ( )|