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Creating a Podcast Episode
This is an overview and the individual steps to creating your podcast episodes with ease using Alitu.
How to Merge Two Files Together
You can easily merge two files (they must be the exact same length) when you're uploading them to Alitu. This is ideal if you use something like Zoom to record your podcast interviews and you end up with 2 files, 1 for each voice. Create your new podcast episode then on the Upload Screen, click the plus sign to select the 2 files you want to merge from your computer or just drag and drop them into the box: !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/f
How to Use the Split Recording Feature
This feature comes in handy if you have a 20-minute podcast episode and you want to split it into two (2) 10-minute sections and add a promo or sound effect in between each section. Note: If you want to split your audio track, please split it before making any edits. When you split the file you will lose any edits you've made up until that point. Inside your episode builder, click to edit the audio file you want to split: !(https://storage.crisp.chat/
How to add a Teaser to your Podcast Episode
You can add a teaser trailer to the beginning of your podcast episode to generate excitement for the episode. The interface is slightly different than shown in this video, and we're working to get all of the videos updated as quickly as possible. NOTE: If you don't see the Teaser Trailer box in your episode, be sure to add intro music to the episode and the Teaser Trailer will appear. To start, Inside your Episode Builder, click the plus button under 'Tease
How Does the Fade Feature Work?
Alitu will fade out your intro music before your podcast episode begins and then fade your outro music in at the end of the episode. The ability to use fade controls on other sections of your podcast is on our roadmap for future release. As always, please hit us up in chat if you have any questions and we'll be happy to help. Just use the chat button at the bottom of this page to reach the team.
How Does the Free Music Library Work?
Alitu provides a free music library that you can use when creating your podcast episodes in Alitu. Right now there are 11 free tracks you can use, each with several different time lengths for the music track. You can use these for intro or outro music as well as transitional music between audio clips. This music is royalty-free and can be used in any of your podcast episodes. To view the music library, 1) click on 'Library' in the top navigation, then 2) click 'Free music library':
How to Create a Podcast Episode
Alitu is very simple to use and you will likely establish a workflow that's perfect for you once you've worked with it a bit. This is just a starting point for thinking about putting your podcast episode together. Let's think about creating your episode in terms of the flow of the podcast timeline. The Teaser Adding a [teaser trailer](/en/article/how-to-add-a-teaser-to-your-po
How to Record Audio Directly into your Alitu Library
If you want to create a quick voice clip, you can record directly into the Alitu library and use that voice clip in your intros, promos, etc. To get started, click on Library: Then click on 'Add new audio file': In the next window click 'Record': !
How to set a Default Intro/Outro
If you have created an intro and outro that you really like and you want to save time in your workflow by using them every time, you can with Alitu. Click on the gear in the left navigation to access your 'Settings': Then in your settings click 'Change' to set your preferred intro and outro: !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/351b31f5fb683600/d0a7
How to Add a New Episode in Alitu
Add an Episode To start, click the 'Add an Episode' button at the top of the Episode listing. (You can also create a new episode by clicking the "+" icon in the sidebar): Add your Episode Details On the next screen add your Episode details. Be sure you only use a number for the episode number, no text. When done, click 'Save Details': !(https://storage.crisp.chat/use