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Old 12-02-2012, 10:31 AM
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Recording Podcast

Is it possible to save a podcast from iTunes for future listening? If so, how is this done?
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Unless you delete it, the podcast is still in iTunes. So it is saved.

Your playback position is saved automatically with Podcasts.
If you pause on iTunes, then sync the Podcast with your iPod/iPhone/iPad, the playback position is copied to your device.
Then you can listen on your device, and pause, saving your position automatically again.
Then if you sync to iTunes, the new playback position will be copied to iTunes.

Then you can listen to the podcast later on iTunes and it will start at the new playback position.

This has been available for years. Audiobooks can work in the same manner.



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^This. I was going to say, haven't you always been able to save them?
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Even if a podcast's settings in iTunes is set to auto-delete played episodes you can right click an episode and select "Do not auto-delete" to prevent one episode from deleting. Each podcast can also have it's own settings or be set to your iTunes default settings. Podcast settings is found at the bottom of the Podcast view in iTunes.



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