Apple CD/DVD player lacks a memory

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  1. jwolf6589 macrumors 65816

    jwolf6589

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    NOTE: I am not listening to music.

    For some strange reason the Apple CD/DVD player has a memory for movies that I watch with the DVD player and can remember where I last left off but not in iTunes with the CD player. I have audio Bibles in a couple of different translations and my car CD player has a memory and knows where I last left off, but for some strange reason the CD player or iTunes lacks such a memory and does not remember where I last left off. This happens with both audio CD's and MP3 CD's. My boombox also has the same problem so it means listening to the Bible is only a pleasurable task in my car because the player there remembers where I last left off.

    Anyone got any suggestions on how to resolve this, or is this not possible? I do not understand how these CD makers can assume that everyone listens to music and no one listens to audio Bibles, or other books in CD/MP3 format.
     
  2. Ritsuka macrumors 6502a

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    You can change your audio files kind to "Audiobooks" in iTunes.
     
  3. jwolf6589 thread starter macrumors 65816

    jwolf6589

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    How do I do this, and can it be done with a audio CD?
     

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