ePX supports RSS 2.0 specifications as well as iTunes proprietary tags for listing in the Apple iTunes directory. ePX will create a single subscription feed and maintain and update an existing subscription feed.
Version: 1.0Podcasting allows users to broadcast with a limited amount of equipment from their own home without FCC rules and regulations and expensive broadcasting equipment.
License: Free To Try $29.95
Operating System: Windows
Producers of podcasts need a computer, microphones, editing and recording software, the ability to create an RSS feed of their recording, and an ftp client to which they upload their podcast to a destination URL on the Internet. ePodcast Express will help you publish your podcast or existing audio file, automatically generate an RSS Feed or Subscription File (XML) and Web Page (HTML), and upload it to the internet. ePX supports RSS 2.0 specifications as well as iTunes proprietary tags for listing in the Apple iTunes directory. ePX will create a single subscription feed and maintain and update an existing subscription feed. ePX also supports the addition of ID3 tags to your podcast or audio file. Podcasting is a growing audio medium, similar to yet different from traditional radio broadcasting and streaming audio content.
There are two end users of Podcasting technology with unique software and hardware needs for each.In order to listen to a podcast, listeners need a computer and the ability to play the downloaded MP3 audio file either on their desktop through programs like iTunes or Windows Media player or on a portable MP3 device such as the iPod or iRiver.
For those who wish to subscribe to a variety of programs, an audio aggregator such as Juice or iTunes will allow a user to download and subscribe to RSS feeds on a daily or pre-determined schedule right to your desktop ePodcast Express makes publishing podcasts and audio files to the Internet easy even if you aren't an audio engineer