Auphonic’s animated Audiogram for YouTube & Facebook

Auphonic’s animated Audiogram for YouTube & Facebook is a great way to promote audio content on social networks.

Among many others, Auphonic offers a service called Audiogram which accepts an audio file — together with a user-supplied graphic and metadata — to create an animated video with audio waveform, and optionally have it post it for you to YouTube and/or Facebook, automatically. Auphonic’s animated Audiogram is the best way I currently know to syndicate or promote partial — or complete — audio content to social networks that don’t accept audio-only. I have already created two Audiograms for my CapicúaFM show. Ahead you’ll learn the process, including the challenge of creating a graphic that has space for the animated waveform, a great video tutorial by Jen Edds, and two reasons why it’s better to post the Auphonic Audiogram to Facebook manually, but fine to autopost it to YouTube. Read, watch and listen to the full article free in ProVideo Coaliton magazine…

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