- Video podcast
- Audio only mp3 player
I'm looking for somewhere which will extract audio from video, but instead of a single file, for an on going video podcast.
I would most like a website which would suck in the RSS and spit out an RSS (I'm thinking of something like Feedburner), though would settle for something on my own machine.
If it must be on my machine, it should be quick, transparent, and automatic when I download each episode.
What would you use?
Edit: I'm on an Ubuntu 8.04 machine; so running ffmpeg is no problem; however, I'm looking for automation and feed awareness.
Here's my use case: I want to listen to lectures at Google Video, or Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs. These videos come out fairly often, so anything that's needed to be done manually will also be done fairly often.
Here's one approach I'd thought of:
- download the RSS
- parse the RSS for enclosures,
- download the enclosures, keeping a track what has already been downloaded previously
- transcode the files, but not the ones done already
- reconstruct an RSS with the audio files, remembering to change the metadata.
- schedule to be run periodically
- point podcatcher at new RSS feed.
I also liked the approach of gPodder of using a post-download script.
I wish the Lazy Web still worked.