Better Podcasting #094 – Prioritizing Your Content

This show we discuss ways to prioritize your content – both within each episode AND as a show overall.  In this week’s Better Podcasting Download, Stephen is going to review Magix Movie Studio and how it applies to you as a podcaster. Finally, in this week’s Better Podback we take your feedback about what’s going on in your podcast world.

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This podcast was recorded on Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017 – Streamed Live to www.Geeks.Live. Audio/Video Production by Stephen Jondrew of

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2 comments on “Better Podcasting #094 – Prioritizing Your Content

  1. Layne Robinson says:

    I just want to say that I’ve been using Magix for a while. I think, bang for the buck, it’s the best video editor software out there (outside of DaVinci Resolve which is free). I’m glad to see other people giving it a little love.

    Been binging the show since finding it on the Podcasts We Listen To group on Facebook. I don’t have a podcast yet, but I’m gearing up to launch one in January.

  2. Stephen says:

    Hey Layne, thanks for the message and thanks for checking out the show. As you may have heard in the binging, I did video stuff long before I ever did podcasting – so video is a strong passion of mine. I used an OLD version of Premiere for many years until I just had enough and decided to explore further. I was familiar with Sony Vegas Pro but not the Movie Studio version. I actually had purchased two other pieces of software while on my quest to find a consumer-level product I could recommend to others, and I feel quite the fool for not finding Movie Studio sooner. At this time, it’s hands-down the recommendation I have for a consumer who wants to do a little bit more than the basics.

    Thanks again for your comment.

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