migrating podcasts

Cerneels Bart bart.cerneels at gmail.com
Thu Sep 28 21:05:53 UTC 2006

If bashpodder supports OPML lists you'll find the
very useful. If not, do it manually or create a bashpodder config
parsing script.

Renaming files would leave the database and the local cache inconsistent
unless it's managed by AFT. But I don't know if AFT works for podcasts. As
for the id3 info: I don't think changing that will cause problems.

Greets Stecchino

2006/9/28, Art Alexion <art.alexion at gmail.com>:
> I would like to have amarok start handling my podcasts directly.  I
> previously
> used bashpodder to download my podcasts and just used amarok (and my ipod)
> to
> play them.  Fooling around with the amarok podcasting features, I find a
> lot
> to like.
> My question is, is there a way to "import" my bashpodder retrieved
> podcasts
> into amarok so that amarok correctly identifies them as subscribed
> podcasts
> instead of just regular mp3s?
> Another question, I have been in the habit of trying to rename my
> downloaded
> podcast files to something more meaningful.  Am I correct that if I do
> that
> with an amarok managed podcast that renaming a file will screw up amarok's
> management?  How about just editing id3 tags?
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