|Sep 4, 2009, 05:51 PM||#1|
Convert Audio books to Audiobooks
I know the title sounds funny, but there is a difference. Audio books are ones that come on CD and when I load them into iTunes, I end up with 2000 tracks that are 2 minutes each. I would love to convert them to Audiobooks, that are 2 or three tracks. I know about the feature when loading a CD that connects several tracks together, but I don't want to use this. What I want is for there to be:
1. Few tracks, that when I take a break, will remember where I am (like audiobooks I purchase online.
2. The resulting tracks to be in the Audiobooks part of the library, not in the music part.
Anyone know how I can do this?
|Sep 4, 2009, 07:40 PM||#2|
use itunes and another program...
I use iTunes to join the tracks, then a program called jointogether to join them all together. to get them in to your audiobooks section, left click the song/book and click get info. under options, there is a 'type' sort of option with audiobooks as a choice. I think you can figure it out
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