31st December 2012
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Ever wanted to publish your own magazine on the iPad.
To date, it's been complex and prohibitively expensive, but that has all changed with MagCast!
I've been inundated with requests for information on how I was able to create and publish the new ScreenCastsOnline Monthly interactive digital magazine via Apple's Newsstand. So in this week's show, I take you behind the scenes and take you through the process of how I publish the magazine each month, using a brilliant new publishing platform called MagCast.
In this special episode, I spill the beans on my super secret project.
Yet another way to access ScreenCastsOnline tutorials and a little bit more!
Following on from episode 327 (over six months ago), things have changed significantly behind the scenes at ScreenCastsOnline.
By popular demand, this episode brings you up to speed with how I've gone from an intensely manual production process, stretching to produce a single show each week, to an efficient, streamlined and automated workflow allowing me to produce two shows each week.
As part of the review, I also take a quick look at my recently acquired MacBook Pro and Thunderbolt Cinema displays.
Last show of the year so I thought I'd do something different.
This week I take you through the ScreenCastsOnline workflow, from preparation, through recording and editing, on to encoding and subtitles to final testing and publication.
The whole process is fairly complex so I've broken it down into manageable chunks.
Time for a break from Lion, so this week I cover one subject I seem to be getting a lot of emails about - how to subscribe directly to podcasts from your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. There are a lot of 3rd party "podcast catchers" but I recommend one that is universal, is optimised for video playback, and plays nicely with ScreenCastsOnline members tutorials - iCatcher!
The theme for this week’s extended show are updates - First, we’ve been working hard behind the scenes to update the ScreenCastsOnline website. The first section takes you through some important updates to the ScreenCastsOnline website to make searching and accessing tutorials easier for members.
The second section is an update on an application we’ve covered before - the new version of Fluid - a brilliant app that converts web applications into Mac applications.
Can you believe it! The 200th show!
To mark this special occasion, this week's show is slightly different from the usual in that it takes you (by popular request), behind the scenes at ScreenCastsOnline.
Starting off with a brief video tour of my current setup, I then take you through all the various processes from planning and scripting, to recording and editing, finishing off with the host of updates I do to the RSS feeds and websites."