One listener suggested that this could be fairly easily converted to video, by the addition of still photos and inclusion of some of the original source video. I have no experience of this. What do you think? -- Robin (talk) 03:21, 15 October 2019 (PDT)
The idea is a good one, converting podcasts to video isn't hard. Your cover for each episode can serve as the "watched" portion of the video. Using Microsoft Media Maker just drag the photo from the folder into the open program, dropping it into right side of the program. Unfortunately, when using photo microsoft only lets you set each photos play length for 30 seconds, so you'll have to copy and paste the photo over and over again until you reach your desired length. When making movies with one or two pics comprising the entire length (of an hour or more) in the past I adjusted the color either prior to dropping the photos into Movie Maker (using Powerpoint) or using the tools available in Media Maker. After dragging and dropping the photos into Movie maker, you then drag and drop a wav/mp3 file into the same area to play throughout the video. Adjust your photos so they play throughout the audio, then save the movie on your computer before uploading it to youtube or whatever streaming platform you choose.
There are tutorials on youtube showing you how to make videos, it is a noble idea. I actually searched your program on youtube and didn't find any episodes which stunned me, if I didn't happen to look on Radio4all.net I wouldn't have known you published a new episode.
- There were a lot on YouTube, but I think they got removed. -- Robin (talk) 10:24, 16 October 2019 (PDT)
To that new episode (750), part 4 cuts off around 2:09:00; ironically just before you start talking about the Media.
Thanks for the content I definitely look forward to hearing more. VAO
[UPDATE OCT 18 2019] I am currently on part 7 (counting the Introductory Episode as Part 1, I'd be on 6) and I must say it's a lot to take in - yet it's wonder in its entirety. Some of the music selections really touch me, as does your clips pertaining to the deep state and the JFK/ RFK/ MLK Assassinations. Again, thanks for the wonderful episode, I plan on relistening to it in its entirety two or three more times before the end of the year; only then will I be able to fully measure it's importance. VAO