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When you're recording, there's a sound level meter (across the center of the screen), an elapsed time meter, and buttons to pause and continue your recording.
A limitation of the iPhone keeps you from sending sound files greater than 5 MB in size.
See those yellow vertical lines? They're where I added marks that indicated edit points in my recording. To remove marks, you just shake the iPhone.
See that blue area? I'm stretching it out to cover a big area that I'm going to delete.
The ftp tool in iPodcaStudio worked flawlessly and quickly.
Need help when you're editing? Can't remember how to do something? Tap the little info icon in the editor and this dialog appears with all of the pertinent info.
It's also possible to do a "Wi-Fi" or HTTP transfer from your iPhone to a Mac or PC. The displayed URL is where you point your computer to download or listen to the file.
This file has been recorded, I'm just listening to it right now.
The settings for the FTP transfer are relatively simple to enter.
...you go to this window, where you can choose to listen to the podcast recording or edit it.
If you've uploaded a file via FTP, you can mail the URL to another person from iPodcaStudio.
Here's how your iPhone looks from the web browser. In this view, there are two podcasts to be transferred.
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