I searched but did not find much on my question: I know about audacity and kdenlive, etc, and have seen comments on microphones and hardware, and podcast apps for phones and listening, but I have not seen much on podcasting “procedures / methods / sofware” used to MAKE the podcasts.
I can tell that you guys on the Destination Linux shows are probably on the cutting edge of putting together podcasts, and I would like to try to tap some of your knowledge about procedures. Obviously the technical quality is important, but what I am really talking about here are tools that help organize and pull together the “content.”
Have you guys ever posted an article or thread on how you assemble your weekly podcasts? I know that Mike Tunnell is doing most of the heavy editing, but to what extent are you guys scripting each episode ahead of time? Do you use particular software to develop and agenda and then type it up to use to prepare the show? I might have heard comments to the effect that you use a shared editing tool that is NOT google docs. Do you have any recommendations on that?
Also, as to actually putting together the final product (not the live stream, but the edited version) do you use something more sophisticated that Kdenlive and/or Audacity? I can see that it would be extremely useful to have some kind of program where you could organize audio/video clips, label them, move them around, and then assemble them into a final timeline, but I don’t see Audacity or Kdenlive as particularly friendly for doing that final assembly. Do you have any recommendations on that?
Obviously I (and I bet many others) are thinking about doing my own podcasting in different areas, and if you guys have any suggestions on the best software / procedures /methods to use I would be extremely appreciative.