*By podcasting we really mean "Creating and digitizing audio, video, lectures, presentations, etc. and making them available on the web so students can access them when and where they need them on the device of their choice," but that doesn't fit in the menu bar. Sorry. Please also see the Lecture Capture section if you are interested in recording live lectures, live streaming events, or making narrated PowerPoints easily available online.
- When to Use Audio and Video Content
- How to Distribute Audio and Video Content
- Best Practices for Audio and Video Recording
There are many devices that could be employed when recording or producing your podcast. The Cofrin Library has many hardware devices that faculty, staff, and students can temporarilyl check out for free. The Library also has instructions and information about the check-out equipment: http://libguides.uwgb.edu/equipment.
Audacity (Win/Mac) sound recording and editing software
iMovie (Mac) Video production/editing software
MovieMaker (Win) Video Production/editing software
GarageBand (Mac) Audio editing with virtual instruments, podcast output, and video support
QuickTime Pro (Win/Mac) Audio and video tools (more features in mac version)