RSS.com Releases Free Audio To Video Conversion Tool
RSS.com, a leading podcast hosting business, has actually revealed PodViz, an ingenious internal innovation that streamlines the procedure of changing audio podcast episodes into fascinating videos. Significantly, RSS.com has actually incorporated this service into its hosting platform, empowering podcasters to easily transform their episodes and submit them to popular video circulation platforms like YouTube.
Setting itself apart from comparable offerings, PodViz surpasses standard performance by likewise supporting Podcasting 2.0 chapters, making sure the transformed audio-to-video files maintain components such as chapter art, title, and metadata.
The advancement of this brand-new innovation shows the growing pattern amongst podcasters worldwide, who are leveraging video circulation platforms to broaden their listener base and improve the discoverability of their mostly audio-focused programs.
Podcasters from all corners of the world can make the most of this advanced audio-video conversion toll totally free by going to RSS.com/ podviz.
“We are enjoyed provide our podcasters the capability to display their Podcasting 2.0 made it possible for chapters and chapter art in video format, all without extra charges. This amazing audio to video function bridges a space in between YouTube’s offering and impressive Podcasting 2.0 made it possible for apps such as Podverse, Podfriend, and Fountain. By broadening the reach of Podcasting 2.0 functions, we’re offering our podcasters the chance to reach brand-new audiences. Now any of our podcasters who want to disperse their podcast to their own YouTube channel can easily do so.”– Ben Richardson, Co-Founder of RSS.com.
In addition to incorporating with YouTube, RSS.com prepares to broaden its assistance for video material platforms such as Vimeo, PeerTube, and TikTok.
Established in 2018, RSS.com is a podcasting platform with a worldwide neighborhood and tactical financial investments in audio innovation, IP and production of initial material.