Everything you need to create and distribute high-quality podcasts is included with the Mac and Mac OS X Server.
iLife applications, included with every Mac, make it easy to make a podcast.
Use the built-in iSight camera on a Mac to record video, or import video from a digital still or video camera. Then use iMovie ’09 to edit and export your video as a podcast-ready file.
GarageBand ’09 turns your Mac into a full-featured podcasting studio, allowing you to record, edit and mix audio. GarageBand also provides a library of ready-to-use background music loops, sound effects and transitions for extra polish.
Take audio podcasts further by using GarageBand ’09 to add slides from Keynote or PowerPoint presentations. Add pictures from iPhoto. Then edit, crop and enhance them until they’re ready for prime time.
Publish anywhere, automatically.
With just a few clicks, you can post podcasts wherever you like: to iTunes or to your institution’s server, wiki or blog. Qualified institutions can also post directly to iTunes U. You can even have your podcasts automatically archived for future reference.
Distribution and access.
iTunes U is home to more than 250,000 lectures, presentations, videos, readings and podcasts from all over the world. It’s the easiest way to get content into the hands of students. Content on iTunes U can be downloaded to any Mac, PC, iPod touch or iPhone. And because iTunes U is part of iTunes, most students already know how to use it. Learn how to distribute content on iTunes U