Re: [videoblogging] does RSS suck up bandwdith?

On Sat, 25 Sep 2004 14:06:34 -0400, Joshua Kinberg <jkinberg@…> wrote:
> BitTorrent is somewhat of a solution for dealing with the bandwidth
> issue, as it distributes some of the payload onto other users trying to
> download the file. So, if you upload you can figure out how to create
> torrent files (not too easy for first timers), expect your users to
> install a BitTorrent downloading client, and aren't concerned with
> displaying the video directly in a player or browser window, then you
> should be fine.

has anyone developed a process for creating a bit torrent file and
adding it as an enclosure to a bog post?
just seems like more steps we got to figure out.

im a little jealous of the uadio guys.
im sure some of you have seen iPodder..if not, check it out.
in just a few short weeks, they have developed a system that
distributes audio files to your computer without thinking.
goes directly to your iPod/MP3 player.

i know we in video have bigger hurdles to cross….but where do we start?