A few weeks ago, I hosted a podcast, and it was an interesting experience.
I made sure it was set up correctly and it worked.
It was pretty much just a trial run, but it did give me a sense of what to expect when hosting a podcast on Mac.
I’m going to focus on how to set up your own Mac podcast.
The basic setup for hosting a Mac podcast is pretty simple: you need a podcast server, some plugins, and a podcast player.
A lot of sites like iTunes and the Mac App Store already have some plugins for this task, so it’s a fairly easy task.
If you’ve already done this before, you probably already know how to get started.
I won’t go into too much detail about how to setup iTunes and iTunes Podcasts, but we can at least get started on how you can set it up on your Mac.
We’ll be using a Macbook Pro, but you can use any Mac that runs macOS 10.10.1 or later.
In the iTunes preferences, scroll down to the “General” tab, and find “Playlist Manager”.
Select the option that says “Use this server as a podcasting server.”
In the pop-up window that appears, click “Add.”
Enter a name for your podcast, such as “mypodcast.org.”
Now, your Mac will automatically generate a list of your podcasts and tell you what kind of server to use.
If there’s no option for “Use as a server,” the Mac will tell you that you need to specify the server’s name.
You can also select a different server type, such in the example above as “a.s.s.” and specify it by clicking “Add Server.”
When you click “Create,” you’ll get a confirmation dialog that asks you to enter a name and password for the server.
(It’s a bit of a hassle to type in these passwords because they’re all in the same file, so be sure to save the file and paste it into the dialog.)
You can leave the “Server” box blank and it will create the server automatically.
It will also give you an option to “Select a file type” that lets you specify a file name that will be used by the server, so you can also change the name of the server to something more descriptive like “MyPodSessions.”
You can set up a podcast playlist by clicking on the “Playlists” tab.
This tab will let you choose your podcast player plugin, so if you want to use something like Soundcloud or the like, you’ll need to select that.
I recommend the free Soundcloud player, which is also known as MobiPlayer.
Click the “Add” button.
Now you’ll see a list in the top right corner.
Click on the one that says ‘Add new playlist.’
This will add a new playlist that’s not already in use.
You need to change the title of the playlist to “mypod-sessions.”
The name should be something descriptive like that of your podcast.org domain, but if you have more than one domain, it should be the same.
When the playlist is created, you can choose to listen to the podcast in the browser or use your Mac’s built-in audio player, such the Apple TV or Apple TV Remote.
You’ll be able to listen in the “New playlist” dialog box by clicking the “+” icon next to the name.
Now, go to your podcast server and set up the podcast server.
If the server is a little confusing at first, you should be able find a tutorial on setting up iTunes and Apple TV Podcasts on your machine at the iTunes blog.
If it’s not clear, make sure to click “Help & Support” in the podcast menu to get a better idea of what’s going on.
If your server is set up properly, you will have a podcast available on your device.
Now that your server has been set up, you just need to tell it to play your podcast in your iTunes library.
To do this, you need two things.
First, you must make sure that the server doesn’t already have a playlist, because this will prevent the podcast from being played.
Next, you also need to set the playlist’s title to something descriptive.
This is how you will tell iTunes that the podcast is your podcast: “Set title for mypodcast-samples.mp3” .
To tell iTunes what your podcast is, you have to give it a name, so choose something descriptive such as: “My podcasts.”
After you’ve given your server a name that’s different from your podcast’s, you’re done.
When you launch your podcast on your iPhone, you may have to restart the server every time you load the podcast.
If this happens, you don’t need to restart it; you can just restart your iPhone to start it