IN THIS CHAPTER
Making the jump from audio to video
Finding out what you need to make a video podcast
Creating a video podcast episode with iMovie
Preparing your Adobe Premiere video for podcasting
In its first year, podcasting established itself as an exciting audio option. It was truly “The People’s Radio” for your computer, promising a fresh alternative to cookie-cutter corporate radio. A few potential podcasters took a closer look at the way RSS 2.0 worked and thought, “Wait a second — if we can do this with audio, what about video?” So, a few brave podcasters decided to put moving pictures to their podcasts; while people still search for just the right term (vidcast, vodcast, vodblog, vlogging, and so on), video podcasting has come to be and continues to grow.
Once upon a time, professional-quality video production (such as editing, post-production effects, and DVD authoring) on a consumer market was either a pipe dream or a hobbyist’s major investment. With the advancements of film technology, advancements in home computing systems, and ...