You have to burn the files to Audio CD, then re-rip them.
No, you can't burn them to DVD, but the book is usually seperated into chapters. Yes, it's a pain, but unfortunately, it's the only current work-around.I guess the only problem is that audiobooks can be hours and hours long. I wonder if you can burn to DVD...
Have you looked at the "devices" section at Audible.com? It looks like you might be able to download the books directly to your phone.I have bought and download a lot of audio tapes that i was listening to on my Ipod. Now i have a cell phone that plays MP3's. the format that the books came in plays in ITunes and an IPOD but is protected and doesn't convert to an MP3 format. I own the books and just want to listen to them on a new device, is there a way to re-format them?
They are in .aa format now, if that means anything to you...
PS: Audible.com is great if anyone is interested in audiobooks!
Yes burning to CD is a bit of a pain but it also provides a hard back-up for those files that you paid for As always pick a good quality CD and burn at lower speeds.Have you looked at the "devices" section at Audible.com? It looks like you might be able to download the books directly to your phone.
I was not suggestion using Kodak Gold here. Just avoiding the generic 15 cent variety.... the cost of "high quality" CDs in sufficient quantities to burn the book, a place to safely store the CDs (2 copies to make sure at least one copy will be secure) and so on is more than just buying the book again if you reeeeeeaaaaaaallllllllyyyyyyy want to listen to it again.
Not to mention the time involved.
But what do I know.
After years of buying, listening and re-downloading audio books to a variety of different computers and iPods plus other compatible players, my experience tells me that it's a waste of time burning these files to CD - it's not the price of the CDs that's deterring me, it's the time and effort involved as compared to the reward which is negligible.I was not suggestion using Kodak Gold here. Just avoiding the generic 15 cent variety.