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Rip talking books to mp3 files?


mik61ish

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Which is the best way to rip talking books, I would like to rip them and then save them in a folder ie= cd1,cd2 etc to transfer to different mp3 players so to save as a mp3. and keep them on a usb drive to listen again some time Iv'e tried itunes windows media player but still get it wrong have saved them as mp3 then when I try to move them to another pc they are not recognised as they end up as wav files and not mp3 and I can't transfer. Theres lots of software out there its just trying to get the right one for my needs tried googleing and tried some but still confused.

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mooly

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Talking books is something I have been trying for someone recently . The downloads have all been MP3 files anyway (or MP3 was an option together with Ipod/Itunes and so on) as here,

Books should be free

so I am a little puzzled with your description.

Any Windows PC should recognise MP3 WAV WMA etc without any additional software.

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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If your ripping from CD then the files are CDDA you need to select MP3 from the media player's riping menu.

in Itunes - Advanced menu - there is an item "convert selection to mp3"

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