Podcasting, although an enjoyable experience, I must say, has not been as technically pleasing to me as I would have hoped. Six weeks ago, when the first podcast was due, I couldn't get the files to upload from the recorder to my computer. I finally got things sorted out with Dr. Jerz and attempted my feat again. No luck. I still couldn't get the damned thing to upload from my computer. Long story short, because I really don't feel like reminiscing and reliving my frustration, a very kind friend helped me to solve my technical issues and I now have two finished, polished podcasts. (Which are saved in three different places; I'm not taking any chances).
Actually being able to work more with the audacity software was something I enjoyed. I couldn't believe how long it took to edit an 8 minute file; I liked it though. I even got to the point where I began to recognize when my interviewee was saying "um".
Dr. Jerz commented on the sound quality of my podcast and how it was evenly spaced and the other comments included: "very technical, nearly perfect sound quality", "good quality, good interviewee". These comments were on an anonymous basis, but they did come from my peers in my EL200 class.Posted by Lori Rupert at April 18, 2007 11:17 AM