Podcast management software?
nlecic at EUnet.yu
Mon Aug 27 14:58:06 PDT 2007
On Mon, 27 Aug 2007 21:00:11 +0000 (UTC)
"Scott I. Remick" <scott at sremick.net> wrote:
> I think I must be the only one using FreeBSD who wants to listen to
> podcasts. :)
Why do you think so? :)
> I'm having trouble finding decent podcast downloading/management
> software to use on my FreeBSD desktop. Although a number of media
> player/ management programs (Exaile, Rhythmbox, Amarok, BMPx) have
> podcast- capabilities, they are limited and seem tacked-on as an
> afterthought. Missing is something along the lines of IcePodder,
> jPodder, Juice Reciever, etc.
> Because I want to keep my podcast directory current so it's ready to
> be synced with my media player at pretty much any time, even a
> command-line program (run via cron) would suffice. I fear not editing
> text configuration files. I just need SOMETHING that has the basic
> features I need. Not even castget nor podcatcher have more than
> "download what's new" features.
> What I need is to be able to manage my already-downloaded podcasts,
> so that I can choose things like "only keep the last X number of
> podcasts" and "only keep podcasts from the last X days/weeks". Seems
> simple, right?
> Does anyone know of any program in the ports that can do this? If
> there's one out there not in ports, is there someone willing to add
> it? Thanks ever so much!
Does any of these programs look good enough?
Armangil's podcatcher is a podcast client for the command line. It
provides several download strategies (new shows only, back-catalog
allowed, etc), supports BitTorrent, offers cache management, and
generates playlists for MP3 player applications.
This application accepts one or more feeds (RSS or Atom) or
subscription lists (OPML or iTunes PCAST) as argument, in the form of
URLs or filenames. Alternatively, it tries to read one such document
from the standard input.
CastPodder is a podcast receiver. Its goal is to simplify tracking
and handling of podcast's to your mp3 player.
castget is a simple, command-line based RSS enclosure downloader. It
is primarily intended for automatic, unattended downloading of podcasts.
* Simple configuration.
* Per-channel tagging of downloaded MP3 files using ID3v2.
* Per-channel download directories.
* Supports all RSS versions and Media RSS.
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