Feeds glorious feeds – WordPress.tv to your door

We’ve been working behind the scenes to make it easier for you to watch WordPress.tv tutorials wherever you are – online or off.

So you’ll notice now that on the front page of WordPress.tv  (scroll down to the bottom) you can click to subscribe to our videos via the awesome, cross-platform, Open Source media center Miro. If you haven’t checked out Miro, yet, it’s an excellent way to download, watch, sort and browse web video, video podcasts, and even the video files on your computer. Better still, it’s totally Open, free to use, runs on pretty much any computer out there (although if you have a 10 year old system it might struggle with HD) and even brings you YouTube and other web-based video in glorious full-screen HD (source files allowing).

We’re big fans, if you haven’t guessed.

You can also subscribe to WordPress.tv in your feed reader of choice, or iTunes, via the feed URL http://wordpress.tv/feed

In iTunes, head to Advanced -> Subscribe to Podcast, and drop in the URL above. You’ll be good to go and can then download any videos that tickle your fancy. 

We’re still working out a few kinks, but if you’re anxious to get your hands on our free (as in beer, as in freedom) tutorials in iPod-friendly MP4 format – you now have a bunch of ways you can do so.


5 responses on “Feeds glorious feeds – WordPress.tv to your door

  1. Nicolas

    Like the iTunes option. WP is all over my iPod now.

  2. Michael Pick

    Great – glad to hear it!

  3. Joshua Collins

    Are there plans to make WordPress.tv mobile friendly?

    It would be nice to watch some WordPress tutorials while waiting in the Dentist office 😉

    • Michael Pick

      Definitely on the agenda – in the meantime you could maybe download and convert files to a phone friendly media format. It would definitely be more convenient to browse and view from a browser, though – agreed

  4. Dougal Campbell

    Any plans to offer a separate feed of videos already optimized for iPhone?

    I was going to convert some, and was surprised at how slow the conversion is. Even on a quad-core MacPro with 8GB of RAM, converting even a short video of only a few minutes seems awfully sloooow.

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