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Question Audio Book To Computer for Continuous Play

Discussion in 'Audio' started by spirittoo, Oct 12, 2015.

  1. spirittoo

    spirittoo Regular member

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    I have a audio book I would like to listen to without having to deal with the breaks in order to put in the next CD ... is there a way to put it on the computer where I can hear the whole book? Thank you for reading my post.:)
     
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    yes there is. you can rip the cd and put them in a playlist.
    Windows Media Player and iTunes both have ripping capabilities. hope i helped!
     
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    Ah ha ... that's it! Thank you very much :D
     
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    The file names would be <book name><CD #>then what ever you the meta data for the album name should include the number. The bit rate can be very low for voices. Libraries go down to 16 kbs and some as low as 8 kbs. There is no loss of fidelity. You can then put the whole book back on a data CD. I do not know if Media Player or itunes does that but media monkey does.
     

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