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What about the other way?
Authored by: Steve Hoge on Jan 13, '07 04:29:18PM
I've used the excellent AtomicParsley command line tool to manipulate the "podcastness" of AAC (.m4a) files. AtomicParsley operates by editing various tags in MPEG-4 files (sorry, no MP3 support).

After processing the file with AtomicParsley you must (re-)add it to the iTunes library. iTunes will use the track's Album name as the Podcast name, creating a new directory by that name if necessary in the iTunes Music/Podcast folder and placing the file there if you have iTunes Preferences ->Advanced ->General -> "Copy files to iTunes Music Folder when adding to Library" checked.

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