RSS.com, a leading podcast hosting company, has unveiled PodViz, an innovative in-house technology that simplifies the process of transforming audio podcast episodes into captivating videos. Notably, RSS.com has integrated this solution into its hosting platform, empowering podcasters to effortlessly convert their episodes and upload them to popular video distribution platforms like YouTube.
Setting itself apart from similar offerings, PodViz goes beyond basic functionality by also supporting Podcasting 2.0 chapters, ensuring the converted audio-to-video files retain elements such as chapter art, title, and metadata.
The development of this new technology reflects the growing trend among podcasters worldwide, who are leveraging video distribution platforms to expand their listener base and enhance the discoverability of their primarily audio-focused shows.
Podcasters from all corners of the globe can take advantage of this revolutionary audio-video conversion toll for free by visiting RSS.com/podviz.
“We are thrilled to offer our podcasters the ability to showcase their Podcasting 2.0 enabled chapters and chapter art in video format, all without additional fees. This exciting audio to video feature bridges a gap between YouTube’s offering and outstanding Podcasting 2.0 enabled apps such as Podverse, Podfriend, and Fountain. By expanding the reach of Podcasting 2.0 features, we’re giving our podcasters the opportunity to reach new audiences. Now any of our podcasters who wish to distribute their podcast to their own YouTube channel can effortlessly do so.” – Ben Richardson, Co-Founder of RSS.com.
In addition to integrating with YouTube, RSS.com plans to expand its support for video content platforms such as Vimeo, PeerTube, and TikTok.
Founded in 2018, RSS.com is a podcasting platform with a global community and strategic investments in audio technology, IP and production of original content.