Ripping my own CDs into Ambling Book Player
I had hoped that I could use your software to organize books ripped from my CDs to then download into a Sony MP3 player.
I'm using Windows 7 OS.
After looking at your comparison chart, I purchased your Pro version because of that capability. However, after the fact, I see that it appears to be intended only for Android.
Question: Do you have any software for my Windows computer that can handle the ripped CDs?
I've struggled for months, trying to organize my books; chapters will not stay in order when I download to the MP3 players from either iTunes or Windows Media Player. I had such high hopes for your software...
We currently have a free version of our player available for Windows, and are very near completion of our Pro player for Windows. We expect to release the Pro edition for Windows in the next couple of weeks. The Pro edition of our player will let you organize your books including:
1) Group multiple audio files into one book
2) Mark chapter locations which span multiple audio files, and/or mark the location of multiple chapters within a single audio file
3) Organize books into series optionally ordered by sequence
Our player offers this functionality by maintaining a database where all of the book, audio file, chapter, and series information is organized and tracked.
It sounds like you currently need to listen to the audiobooks on a Sony MP3 player, which is a device that we do not currently support. That means that you are limited to the playback functionality built into your MP3 player. Most MP3 players support sorting track names alphabetically, and many people use the convention of beginning each track name with a zero-padded sequence number, or disc and track numbers.
For playing on the Sony MP3 player renaming the tracks in your book so that they start with a sequence number and sort in the correct order alphabetically is probably your only option for getting the tracks to stay in the correct order.
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