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AudioLibry is a free program for accessing, searching, storing and inventorying podcasts.
With AudioLibry you can:
|-||"subscribe" to current podcast offers, so-called RSS feeds, from the Internet|
|-||merge the RSS feeds from different sources|
|-||filter podcasts, i.e. select them from all the collected feeds according to various criteria, eg: by date, by author and / or by various search terms|
|-||load (stream) podcasts into your media player|
|-||save podcasts locally|
|-||You can use the downloaded podcasts to create your own RSS-feed-files and manage them with AudioLibry.|
|-||You can export locally saved RSS feeds in HTML-file-format. This enables your audio library to be displayed in a browser.|
|-||You can create compilations from your podcast collection, e.g. for saving on a USB stick or for later burning on a CD.|
RSS feeds are one of the information sources on the Internet that meet elementary quality requirements:
|1.||RSS feeds identify their contributions with informations about publisher, authors, date and other data.|
|2.||RSS feeds allow users to choose publications that they are interested in.|
This sets them apart from information that is individually preselected or specifically designed for users.