To download a podcast/radio show is easy and allows you to listen to it on your MP3 player or smart phone. You can also down load the shows to your computer and listen to Trapping Across America when you do not have internet service.

When you find a trapping radio show you want to download, do the following:

1. Right click on the “play” button in the top right hand corner. You will need to this before you start playing the podcast.

2. Your computer will pop up a menu. In the menu, you will see ” save as” or “save target as”. Click on this and then follow the directions your computer gives you. The file is already in MP3 format.

3. Then upload to your device that plays yours MP3 files.

4. Enjoy!

How to Burn Trapping Radio to a CD

I’ve had several people ask for instructions on how to burn episodes of Trapping Across America to a CD so they can listen to it in their car or truck, so I thought I’d put together some instructions and post them here. If anyone runs into problems just let me know.

Step 1: Download the radio show as an MP3 file to your computer.

To download the radio show to your computer as an MP3 file, go to the Trapping Radio site and right click on the “Play” button and choose “Save Target As” and save the file to your computer. Make sure you know where you save the file to. The file will be called “Tradio8″ for episode 8, and TRadio7 for episode 7, etc.

If you have an IPOD or MP3 player you can simply copy this file to your MP3 player and listen to it. If you want to burn it to a CD you’ll need to do step 2.

Step 2:

Next, you need to burn it to a CD. There are many ways to do this, but if you have a Windows PC, the easy way is to use Windows Media Player.

First, make sure your CD drive on your computer is a CD burner. If your CD drive is not a CD burner, you cannot burn a CD.

Next, insert a blank CD-R disc into your CD burner drive.

Next open Windows Media Player. On the right side of of Windows Media Player you’ll see “Burn List”. This is the list of files you are going to burn to the CD. To add files to the burn list, simply open Windows Explorer and drag the MP3 file into the burn list as shown below:
You will only be able to put a single show on a CD. Once you have the file you want in the burn list, click “Start Burn” at the top of Media Player. This will burn the files to CD.

You will now be able to play the CD in your truck.

Here is a link that explains the process of burning a CD in detail:http://windows.mi…dia-Player


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  1. Dave Schmidt

    Don’t see a “play” button. Help, please.

    1. admin

      Don’t follow, there is a grey play button below the title on the left side of the page. Click on it and the MP3 file will start playing.

  2. dawn

    How do i download to my smart phone

    1. admin

      I’m not sure. Not a smart phone know how to guy. It should be the same as you would any other MP-3 file. I would say it would store like a song into music file.
      Any body out there have a better responce to this question?

  3. Robert Sauter

    How do we link into this using ITUNES ON a Mac??

    1. admin

      I will have my web guy look into it, I’m not sure, but it may be a few weeks I am working him hard right now on some other projects.

      If any one knows how I can do this, let me know.

      1. Marty Cantrell

        I hover over the play button and click on the right side of my MacBook touchpad. Select the option that says download linked file. This will store the trapping radio show into your downloads. Import it into your itunes library by selecting the Add to Library option. Once its there it can be found in the recently added songs. Save it into a Wolfernation or Trapping radio newly created folder. Then synch your ipod and new trapping radio playlist. As of now I do not know a way to get this automatically like a regular podcast. Its a bit of work when downloading the first 24 shows, but after you can periodically get the one or two new ones and keep on trucking. Hope this helps.

  4. Dam Buster

    I have all of the Trapping Radio programs downloaded. That is an awesome deal, I wish there were more. I listen to them at work, I hope I don’t get caught, and in my truck.

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