How to embed my podcast on my own site

Displaying your podcasts on your own blog, website, social network, etc. is simple. Just follow these easy steps:

Embed single episode:
Once you have published a post, just go to the "Publish"->"Episodes" page, then click the “Embed Code” button on the right side of the podcast that you wish to embed into your blog. This will generate an html embed code for you to copy & paste into your own website.
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Then just copy and paste this code to your own sites.
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Embed all episodes:
To embed all episodes, you can go to the "Settings"->"Player" -〉“Embeddable Multimedia Player" page and click the "Get Embed Code" button to get embed code.
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Then copy and paste this code to your own sites. That's it!
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How to create a new playlist for an embeddable player

To create a new playlist for an embeddable player, you can follow those steps:

Step 1: Log in your account and go to the "Settings"->"Player"->"Embeddable Audio Player" page. Click the "Create new playlist" button. 
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Step 2: Then enter in the "Playlist Name", 'Episode Name" and select one media file.
Afterwards, click the "Save Playlist" button at the bottom of this page.
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Step 3: On the playlist page, you can click the "Embed Code" button on the right line of each playlist to copy and paste the code to your own site. There are both white and black players for you choice.
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How to get the video podcast player’s embed code

To get the embed code for your Podcast Player, simply Select your preferred color and size of the player and click the  "Get Embed Code" button in the "Settings"-> "Player"-> "Embeddable Multimedia Player" page.
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To get the embed code of the Podcast Player for a single episode, click the "Embed code" button in the "Publish" -> "Episodes" page. 
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Html 5 player for my Podbean site

Now your listeners can view your Podbean site directly on iPhones, Android phones or iPads because we've applied the html 5 player for mp3 and m4a files published. Now matter what you're using, just visit http://username.podbean.com. The player will look like the below picture show:


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Html5 player for my Podbean site

Now your listeners can view your Podbean site directly on iPhones, Android phones or iPads because we've applied the html5 player for mp3 and m4a files published. Now matter what you're using, just visit http://username.podbean.com. The player will look like the below picture show:


How to Embed a Multi-Track Player in Your Other Sites

Follow the directions for embedding all episodes here. Once you have the embed code, just copy and paste it into the site you'd like to embed the player in. That's it!

How to Create a New Playlist for an Embeddable Player

To create a new playlist for an embeddable player, you can follow those steps:

Step 1: Log in your account and go to the "Settings"->"Embeddable Player"->"MP3 Player" page. Click the "Create new playlist" button. 

Step 2: Then enter in the "Playlist Name", 'Episode Name" and the select one media file. Afterwards, click the "Save Playlist" button at the bottom of this page.

Step 3: On the playlist page, you can click the "Embed Code" button on the right line of each playlist to copy and paste the code to your own site.  There are both white and black players for you choice.





How to Make Your Video Appear in the Embedded Player

First make sure that your video is encoded in one of the Podbean Player supported video formats. Currently the following video formats are supported in the Podbean player: flv, and H.264 based mp4, m4v, mov, avi . It is important to note that the flv format is NOT supported by iTunes. If you want to make your video appear in both iTunes and the Podbean player, make sure to encode it with a H.264 based mp4 or m4v format.

Why Can’t My Audio be Played in the Online Player, but Plays Fine if Downloaded?

The online Flash player only supports mp3 format audio files. The Flash player is also sensitive to the sample rate. Please encode your audio with sample rate 11.025 22.05 or 44.1 kHz.

How to Get the URL of Your Uploaded Audio and Video Files in Your Podbean Account

If you want to embed your podcast into other blog sites such as wordpress.com, blogspot.com etc, you may need to get the URLs of your uploaded audios and videos.

To get the URLs of your uploaded audio and video files, go to the "Publish" -> "Media Manager" page. From there just click a file name, which will give you a pop up window showing the URL of this file.