Hello Soldats, either one can support large files and users.
As far as easy of use, my plugin Podcasting is aimed at being simpler, while podPress is aimed at being more powerful. Both plugins have a fairly identical feature set, with the exception of podPress having statistics and premium podcast support and Podcasting supporting multiple podcast formats with individual feeds (AAC, MP3, OGG, etc).
Not knowing the specifics of your problem I can’t be 100% certain, but Podcasting should not cause any issues with your atom feed or with thumbnails. Podcasting creates a completely separate feed for podcasts based on the RSS2 spec, so any existing feeds including atom feeds should remain untouched.
Just an important thing to note, you’ll have to manually migrate your podcast episodes from podPress to Podcasting. I currently do not have a script to automate the process. Hopefully in the near future I will have a method, but for now, it’s all manually done.
alanft, Podcasting does support category casting, it’s just undocumented. Just append the /feed/pdocast/ URL to any WordPress archive page, and only podcasts meeting that conditional will show. For example:
Setting specific information for categories is currently not supported. Categories will inherit the general podcasting information set in the options. I’ll add setting category specific information to my todo list, but to be honest it’s doubtful as there are a lot of other great features ahead of it.
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