Podcast Chapters == Cue Points?

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Podcast Chapters == Cue Points?

Post by Lothaire » Fri Sep 17, 2010 12:47 am

I'm trying to help a (rather lengthy) podcast start to use chapter breaks. Norm does such a great job with that in the Drabblecast! I was hoping he (or anyone else) would have some suggestions on where to start? I've done a bunch of research so far, but most of what I've seen is either:
- years out of date
- related to video specifically
- more on the splitting up of a large file into smaller ones, rather than marking chapters within a large file.

Any suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated.


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Re: Podcast Chapters == Cue Points?

Post by eggyolk » Sun Sep 19, 2010 2:31 am

If you are using the Mac application Garageband, it's really easy and I can help you. Apple's website also has great tutorials.

If you;re using something else, I dunno what to tell ya.
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Re: Podcast Chapters == Cue Points?

Post by normsherman » Sun Sep 19, 2010 2:38 am

You can do it on any platform that lets you mix enhanced format files like m4a. That's the prob-- you can't put chapters in standard mp3.
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