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On another note, I've been impressed by the Overcast app for listening to podcasts, using its Smart Speed and Voice Boost tools. I realized that it would be great to convert a lot of YouTube videos to MP3 and put them into a podcast on the app, both so that I could use the app features, and so that I could easily download and delete those audio files straight onto my phone more easily, as well as make it easy to save my spot for long recordings that I don't listen to in a single sitting. So if anyone has any experience with setting up a podcast, I'd love to get some tips on how to make this as easy as possible. The goal is to essentially put audio files like THESE into podcast form. Thanks.