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Podcats

Podcats generates RSS feeds for podcast episodes from local audio files and, optionally, exposes both the feed and episodes via a built in web server, so that they can be conveniently imported into iTunes, Overcast or another podcast client.

Installation

$ pip install podcats

Usage

Generate a podcast RSS from audio files stored in my/offline/podcasts:

$ podcats generate my/offline/podcasts

Generate & serve the feed as well as the files at http://localhost:5000.

$ podcats serve my/offline/podcasts

A web interface is available at http://localhost:5000/web.

You can also generate the html for the web interface.

$ podcats generate_html my/offline/podcasts

For more options see podcats --help.

Contact

Jakub Roztočil

Changelog

0.6.3 (2019-02-03)

  • Fixed relative paths.

0.6.2 (2018-11-25)

  • Fixed missing templates in PyPI package.

0.6.1 (2018-11-20)

  • Find and show eventual book covers in web interface (@tiktuk)

0.6.0 (2018-11-20)

  • Added a web interface (@tiktuk)
  • Support m4b-files (@tiktuk)
  • Added --debug flag (@tiktuk)
  • Feed now validates against RSS spec (@tiktuk)

0.5.0 (2017-02-26)

  • Fixed setup.py for Python 3 (@ymomoi)

0.3.0 (2017-02-23)

  • Added Python 3 support
  • Improved episode ID tag title extraction (@ymomoi)
  • Replaced --url with --host and --port (@ymomoi)
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