I use a combination of the excellent open-source podcast manager AntennaPod and the gpodder.net service.
gpodder.net is a libre web service that allows you to manage your
podcast subscriptions and discover new content. If you use multiple
devices, you can synchronize subscriptions and your listening
It works with several client ...
So, I've been using the IOS version of this app along with the web interface. I've used a few now but I needed something that could predownload the podcasts automatically and sync between all versions (ios, android, and the web interface).
This app should be perfect for what you're looking for. It meets your requirements of:
I personally use Pocket Casts (non free).
You should find the ability to add podcasts for automated download, automated cleanup, variable retention periods (both global and individual), sorting by release date (asc & desc).
The simplest way is just to use the Unix cat command like
cat podcast1.mp3 podcast2.mp3 podcast3.mp3 > megacast.mp3
MP3 files are just audio and any headers or MP3 tags in the other files will just be a microsecond of static if you can hear it at all.
You could also record 2s of silence with Sound Recorder into silence.mp3 and use
cat podcast1.mp3 ...
I also use InoReader for all kinds of feeds, along with Pocket Casts for podcasts. Pocket Casts is an elegant podcast manager with device sync and web management. It allows you to:
Subscribe to and manage podcasts from the web, for a single payment ($9 + tax that varies by country). Offers a 14 day trial
Listen to podcasts across devices (2.99€...
Most media players can run multiple instances with independent controls. For VLC, for example, just remove the checkmark from Allow only one instance.
That said, you might need to "raise" the correct instance (bring focus to that instance) for keyboard shortcuts to take effect. Use AltTab to select an instance, then apply the keyboard shortcut.
VLC also ...
Please answer if there is a Firefox extension which replaces the removed RSS rendering code.
I am very happy with it :-).
It is not quite perfect. It takes several seconds to render large RSS feeds. I have also found one feed that it is not able to parse.
With regards to question 1: Apache httpd (link is getting started tutorial). It is free, open source, and used by millions, if not billions. See this SO thread.
With regards to question 2: I have no experience with RSS. Hopefully someone else can chime in here while you get Apache up and going!
My recommendation would be PocketCasts
I can stop playback and even close the app, reboot my phone, and come back to it later and I don’t lose my place in the book. That is, the app remembers the hour and minute I left off at. Audible solves this problem very well. So does the new Google Podcasts app. Google Play Music does not.
Just tried reboot and it ...
For completeness I'll repeat my solution here:
VSee to do the chat and record separate streams for each user. (Note: I'm associated with VSee Lab Inc.)
meanwhile make separate high-quality audio recordings locally on a separate device (optional).
use screen capture or a local camera or just follow the outline to note which documents are being presented when,...
Have you looked at google hangout?
It has video capture, you can put your desktop in the feed to show stuff that you want, and it publishes directly to your youtube channel...
Also you could ...
If you are looking to record output audio instead of microphone (basically speaking you asking How to Record the Sound Coming From Your PC)
This can all be done with software. No, you don’t even need to connect your computer’s audio output to its audio input with an audio cable to do this — although that is an option. Check this link out http://www....
Sounds like you might need gpodder:
Open Source, cross-platform, fast and clean
Synchronize subscription and playback state between devices
Linux, FreeBSD, Windows, Mac OS X, the Nokia N9, Blackberry 10, the Blackberry Playbook, Sailfish OS and Android
gPodder downloads and manages free audio and video content ("podcasts") for you. Listen directly on your ...
I'm going to use the WordPress Content Management System (CMS) because it is free and open-source, which will fit in well with the format I'm using to create the website.
As it stands, I am integrating it alongside my preexisting website, and I'm adding a tab at the top of the website that will link to the WordPress site and database. I may change this form ...
gPodder is a free, synchronizing podcast fetcher/client which can not only sync subscriptions but even until which position you've already listened an episode.
It's available for Linux, FreeBSD, Windows, Mac OS X, the Nokia N9, Blackberry 10, the Blackberry Playbook, Sailfish OS and Android.
If you use their gpodder.net service or if you install the ...