When you publish a new episode, you can upload new artwork if you want your new episode to have artwork that is different from your regular show artwork. For example, if you want to include the episode number in your artwork, you can upload a new image that replaces your show artwork for just this episode.
|Note||Upload episode artwork only if you want to use an image that is different from your show's artwork. If you don't upload artwork for this episode, the main artwork for your show that you uploaded when you configured your podcast will appear for the episode.|
You can upload new episode artwork and new episode widescreen artwork. Episode artwork must be square and will appear in most places you publish, like Apple Podcasts, the Libsyn HTML5 player, and more. The widescreen artwork, on the other hand, appears in videos you create for places like YouTube and Facebook.
Note that there are some requirements for the square and the widescreen artwork.
|Episode Artwork Requirements||Episode Widescreen Artwork Requirements|
|Note||If you're looking for some tips on how to create great episode artwork, you can check out our Libsyn blog posts about artwork FAQs or about artwork support and resources.|
There are two quick ways to upload your artwork.
|a.||Click the Click or Drag New Media Artwork button in the Update Episode Artwork section or in the Update Episode Widescreen Artwork section, as appropriate. In the window that opens, navigate to the file you want to upload and then double-click it.|
|b.||Find the file you want on your computer, and then click and drag it to the Click or Drag New Media Artwork button in the Update Episode Artwork section or in the Update Episode Widescreen Artwork section, as appropriate. When you let go of the mouse button, the upload begins.|
After the artwork uploads, it appears as a preview in the appropriate section.
|Note||Want to create professional-grade artwork for your episodes? Libsyn’s partnership with Canva allows you to conveniently design high-quality artwork right from the Episode Details form. For more information, see Design Engaging Artwork Using Canva.|
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