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Podcast Potion Maker
I've been long convinced that many products are successful based solely on their name. I'm not making any such statements about Podcast Potion Maker's Podcast Factory, but I love the name.

It's for Mac only which is mystifying. I'm not sure why anyone would want to take on the free and mature Garageband head-to-head, but Podcast Potion is doing just that.

The site contains some screen shots and the obligatory feature list. I don't see anything in there out of the orindary. Pretty standard stuff. If anyone has a Mac and has given Podcast Factory a whirl, I'd be interested in hearing about it

Note Neil's comments below. I totally mis-called Podcast Factory - it's not an audio editor at all. Check it!

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PodcastMaker doesn't record the podcast so cannot be classed as an audio editor strictly speaking and is not really pitching against Garageband in any significant way. The idea is to record then drop the audio file into PodcastMaker to create the RSS and upload (and create an enhanced AAC if you wish).

The one thing all such applications miss is the ability to ftp your audio files to a different server to that which hosts your RSS feed. Many podcasters like myself use unlimited bandwidth services such as Libsyn to distribute the audio, but use our own websites to host the blogs and RSS feeds. It's a common practice for all but the smallest of podcasts and has never been covered by any of the mac based podcast management software.

Hey Neil,

Thanks for stopping by and clarifying that. I tell ya, it's a tough gig being in the podcasting field without a Mac. Sometimes I have to take leaps that don't turn out all that well.

Interesting twist that you can upload the files and the RSS feed to different servers. I don't think that's anywhere near as common as you think, but I have certainly gone through periods of time where I did exactly that. It was a short term thing to address the shortcomings of my host at the time. Now I host my own :)

Regardless, that functionality is a great observation on your part and it's great to see innovation in podcasting products.

Hi Guys. I'm the guy who makes Podcast Maker. I just want to clarify that Podcast Makes does let you upload the feed and your enclosure to different servers. You just setup multiple "servers" within the app and you just assign it to different items.

You could even upload every episode to different servers if you wanted to.

Thank you both for you interest in our software.

Thanks for clearing that up, Andy. I thought that Neil was the author based on his earlier comment. Apparently not :)

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