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Facebook To Audio Podcast

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Here are the step-by-step instructions for converting Facebook videos into audio podcasts and sending them to your podcast host using

Selecting a Podcast Host:
- To start, you'll need a dedicated podcast host. This is where your audio files will be stored. Recommended hosts include,, and In this tutorial, we'll use

Connecting Your Libsyn Account:
- Go to the "Connections" page in
- Choose "" as your podcast host.
- Name your connection (e.g., "Hanny's Libsyn").
- Connect your Libsyn account by logging in and authorizing

Creating a New Workflow:
- Navigate to the "Workflows" page.
- Click "Create New Workflow".
- Name it something like "Facebook to Audio Podcast (Libsyn)".

Setting Workflow Parameters:
- Include "Libsyn" in the name to remind you of the destination.
- Select the source as "Facebook Video".
- Choose your Facebook page.

Converting Video to Audio:
- Change the action to "Convert Video into Audio".
- Select "Libsyn" as the destination, and choose your podcast show.

Reviewing Video Content:
- Go to "View Videos" to see all your Facebook videos from the selected page.

Customizing Intro and Outro (Optional):
- Add an introductory and concluding audio clip to give your podcast a professional touch. These can be uploaded in MP3 format.

Setting Draft or Published Status:
- Decide whether to initially set episodes as drafts or published. Drafts allow you to review content before it goes live.

Scheduling Episodes:
- Schedule your podcast episodes to be released at consistent times for your audience. Aim for regularity in your podcast release schedule.

Reviewing and Publishing Content:
- Click on an episode to review it before publishing. Ensure all details are accurate, including title, description, and audio quality.
- Click "Publish" to make the episode live.

Alternate Workflow for Non-Integrated Hosts:
- If you're using a podcast host not directly integrated with, you can set up a workflow to send audio files to your Dropbox or Google Drive. This allows you to manually upload them to your podcast host.

That's it! You've now learned how to automatically convert your Facebook videos into audio podcasts and distribute them to platforms like Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts using and a dedicated podcast host. If you have any further questions or need assistance with any specific step, feel free to ask!

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Updated on: 25/10/2023

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