Wednesday, December 17, 2008
Posted by David Tucker in "Zune Talk" @ 05:55 PM
“The Zune has two styles of audio playback, one for music, and another for podcasts. For music, clicking right and left move you by song, and when you switch to another album, then come back to the first album, it starts you over at the beginning of the album. On the other hand, for podcasts, clicking right and left seeks through the episode, and when you return to a podcast, it resumes from where you left off. This is nice, because podcast episodes tend to be long, and the sequence is usually important.”
Have you ever wanted to know how to make your own podcast? (The correct answer is yes. Yeah, I’m talking to you.) The Old New Thing blog has a great “How To” post up about how to do just that with your own audio files. This would be extremely useful for those of you who have your own audio books on your computer. It's pretty easy so if you need to set something up like this and didn’t know how, now you can!