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Video podcast?

I normally listen to the Buzz Out Loud podcast on the way to work, and so I'm not so sure about a video podcast would work for me.

Unless you guys did a video podcast once week, kind of like a round up on the week? Just a thought?!

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Don't worry

In reply to: Video podcast?

The video podcast will in no way interfere with your normally scheduled Buzz Out Loud! We're still working on the details of it. It will probably start as being Molly's Friday Buzz video as a subscription video podcast, with more content added later.

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Sounds good

In reply to: Don't worry

Can she do it in a Bikini?

Just kidding Happy

I love the idea of a Video Podcast - though it's got to be worth the extra just because so many Video Podcasts are just a camera pointing at a person for half an hour!

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Another Suggestion

In reply to: Sounds good

I don't know, but it might work just to take a video of the regualar podcast... Thought it wouldn't be as good unless it was all planned out with the background plasma like on the buzz video. Not sure.

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One more thing

In reply to: Another Suggestion

I think it would be good to offer it in at least three forms. One for iPods, one for PMPs (XviD), and one for the PSP.

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PPC videopodcast

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I usually listen to podcasts on my Dell Axim. But most video podcasts are in a quicktime format, which I have not been able to find a player for pocket pc. So if you do a video podcast could you have it in a format I can use. Divx or Windows Video Format.

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Isnt Mp4 cross platform?

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That should work on everything?

XviD is a MP4 format?

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Video on PPC

In reply to: Isnt Mp4 cross platform?

I have tried finding players for .mov and I haven't found one that works. I can play Divx and .wmv

If someone knows about a player for .mov I would love to hear about it.

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MP4 is usually .mp4, not .mov

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And that seems to be the lowest common denominator

or .3gp as that plays on practically anything?

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so far...

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I've noticed most video podcasts are in either ,mov or .mp4.

I'll have to see if there are other options.

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What is MP4?

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MP4 is one of Multimedia containers which are for example the well known AVI (.avi), MPEG (.mpg, .mpeg), Matroska (.mkv, .mka), OGM (.ogm), Quicktime (.mov) or Realmedia (.rm, .rmvb).

MP4 is a file format specified as a part of the ISO/IEC MPEG-4 international standard. It is used to store media types defined by the ISO/IEC Moving Picture Experts Group, and can be used to store other media types as well. It is, or will be, typically used to store data in files, though it will be used in data streams and possibly in other ways.

MP4 is streamable and supports all kinds of multimedia content (multiple audio-, video-, subtitlestreams, pictures, variable-framerates, -bitrates, -samplerates...) and advanced content (officially called "Rich Media" or "BIFS") like 2D and 3D animated graphics, user interactivity, DVD-like menus... - next to nothing handled by the often used AVI

It??s such a pop multimedia format that could be played on most media players and portable video players.

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