Organize audiobooks on your Mac. Transfer tracks from a CD or database, work with existing files stored on your drives, etc. Automatically send the selected materials to a special playlist in iTunes for synchronization and transfer to the dedicated Audiobooks section.
The most frequent installer filenames for the application are: audiobook_builder.dmg and Audiobook Builder.dmg etc. The most popular versions of the program are 1.5 and 1.2. Audiobook Builder for Mac lies within Audio & Video Tools, more precisely Editors & Converters. Our antivirus scan shows that this Mac download is virus free. This application's bundle is identified as com.splasm.audiobookbuilder.
Find Your Smile in an Audiobook Traveling to and from work, while exercising, or waiting in line - find your smile in a book with Audiobook Builder ! Audiobook Builder makes it easy to turn audio CDs and files into audiobooks for your iPhone, iPad, or other Apple devices. Join audio, create enhanced chapter stops, adjust quality settings, and let Audiobook Builder handle the rest.
Audiobook Wizard is intended to create audiobooks you can listen to on your computer, iPhone or iPad. The application supports importing various audio formats, including MP3, M4A and WAV. Likewise, it can extract audio from MP4 and 3GP video clips.
Audiobook Maker can help you turn your audio files (or extract audio from video) into audiobooks for your iTunes, iPod, iPhone and iPad. Features:1. Convert and Combine all video and audio to audio book file (M4B)2.
Verbalize is a text-to-speech utility that comes in handy whenever you wish to create audiobooks on your Mac computer. This application might also prove to be of good use to people with visual impairments or reading disabilities who wish to listen...
CoverLoad is a free application for macOS to download missing cover art for iTunes. New covers are automatically added on a daily basis, so you'll never miss out. If you want to support the development of CoverLoad, consider making a small donation.
Tags give you ultimate creative freedom to use multiple voices, languages and other speech modifiers. Use GhostReader Plus to create beautiful audiobooks, lively podcasts or proof-read your screenplay with all characters having their own voice. With automatic language detection you can effortlessly listen to multilingual texts and documents.
TunePat Spotify Converter allows you to download songs, albums, playlists or podcasts from Spotify for offline playback, without installing the Spotify app. This way, even if you are a Spotify Free user, you can enjoy Spotify songs without ads offline.
TunePat Spotify Converter for Mac can browse and download songs from Spotify at 10x faster speed due to superior decoding technology and hardware acceleration. And TunePat also supports batch conversion, so you can convert multiple songs from different song lists or albums at the same time, instead of a single song. Furthermore, you won't have to worry about fast conversions compressing the output music quality because the TunePat application retains lossless output quality after conversion.
For convenience, most people would care whether the tag info of the downloaded Spotify songs can be retained after conversion. TunePat Spotify Converter for Mac can keep ID3 tags such as Album Title, Track Title, Artist, Track Number, Disc Number, and more after conversion. Besides, the program enables you to sort out the converted files by Artist, Album, Artist/Album, Album/Artist, Playlist, or simply save all the songs under the same folder.
ViWizard AA/AAX Audiobook Converter is one of the smartest audiobook converters that any audiobook user can handle with ease. Thanks to the advanced and unique decrypting processor, ViWizard AA/AAX Audiobook Converter for Mac is developed to completely and independently download any protected AA or AAX audiobook without requiring you authorize your audiobook account in advance. Want to convert M4B audiobooks too You can use our Audiobook Converter. See product comparison >>
While stripping off the protection of AA or AAX audiobooks, ViWizard AA/AAX Audiobook Converter for Mac is capable of converting the protected AA and AAX audiobooks to popular audio formats with high quality, such as common MP3, M4A, M4B, FLAC, AAC, OGG, AIFF, APE, FLAC, WMA, WAV, M4R, MKA, AU, and more, so that you can freely play the audiobooks on any media device, like iPod, Sony Walkman, game consoles, wearables, and so on.
As the protected audiobooks are always too large to store and listen to, it's necessary to cut the single book into small segments. If you are preferring small segments over the single large audiobook, the splitting feature of ViWizard AA/AAX Audiobook Converter lets you split the big audiobook file to several small files by time length or by chapters.
Another advangtage of ViWizard AAX Audiobook Converter for Mac is that it boasts a super faster conversion speed up to 100. Since it doesn't need to work together with other extra apps, it will convert the hours-long audiobooks within a few seconds only, much faster than any other traditional audiobook converters that requires other extra apps in the market.
If it's any encouragement, Reaper is much loved by its user base. It's a small download, it supports all common file formats at whatever quality you need, and it supports the use of free VST plugins, putting thousands of instruments and effects at your fingertips.
What Reaper lacks compared to similar commercial products is a sound library. The internet is packed with thousands of free downloadable samples you can use to build your own, though, so it likely will not be a dealbreaker for you.
This EDRLab application is in constant development and aims at becoming a reference for accessing EPUB 3 publications in reflow or fixed layout format, audiobooks and visual narratives, PDF documents and DAISY 2.02 and 3 accessible ebooks; LCP protected or not.
EDRLab decided to build such an application and release it for free, in order to provide users a great way to enjoy on a large screen EPUB publications, comics / manga / bandes dessinées, audiobooks, LCP protected PDF documents.
Audacity is probably the most recognizable audio recording software in the business. It is open source, which means that it is free to download and use. But while Audacity comes with a lot of great features, it is not the most ideal solution for beginners. Most people who try to use Audacity for the first time often find themselves wondering how to even get started.
I have an extensive audiobook library (mostly DRM-free) in iTunes, which I actively curate (that is, I break books into chapters, combine chapters into sections, edit the metadata, etc). With Catalina, I understand this content will be moved to the Books app.
If you have played with the Catalina beta, do you know whether I will able to edit audiobooks in Books in the same manner that now is possible in iTunes If no, any suggestions on non-Apple apps to use for this purpose, not only to edit the content, but then to play it on both Mac and iOS devices
And I'm not sure what happens if the audiobook files are just audio files. Perhaps then they are just in the Music app. Or maybe you can choose. You may just have to wait until you get Catalina and then see.
You can't edit audiobook metadata in the new Apple Books app in macOS Catalina. iTunes was better for this. Also, raw Audiobook files are moved by the system to a hidden location and there is no \"Show in Finder\" feature available for them. The book files do not sync in icloud either. Make sure you backup your books before upgrading to Catalina.
This has become a bit of a pain for me as well.iBooks wants to transfer my extremely large audiobook library to my very small internal hard drive.I don't have enough space for the transfer, so now all my audiobooks are in limbo. I can't play them in iBooks or iTunes.
I have 640GB of Audiobooks (so far, it's always growing), all DRM-free. I keep my iTunes Library (1.4TB in total, not including videos) on an external 2TB SSD drive, since it would never fit on my MacMini. Some audiobooks are .m4b, but most are just mp3's. Files are managed and sorted manually. Anytime I get a new one it always requires extensive metadata editing to fix their year of print, add cover art, etc. It sounds like Apple is finally telling me that they no longer want me as a customer
James: I wouldn't go that far. It is just one feature in the iTunes-to-Books transition that is missing. I would take your audiobooks out of iTunes before upgrading and leave them as files on your external drive. Maybe there is another app that you can use to access them for a while
The Audiobook/ books app in Catalina is a nightmare. I cant delete ANY book, about 1/5 of my books moved over, the rest stayed in my itunes folder. To syncing you have to go through the WHOLE list of Audiobooks in the finder window , find the book you want to select, then sync. No more syncing by collection. I have hundreds of audiobooks, like looking for a needle in a haystack to choose each title. apart from that, my Mac barely even operates now.
Gary Rosenzweig, thanks for the info mate, your right with music and TV shows and films it behaves as before apart from the TV and films artwork but easy to sort, I cannot fathom out a fix for my audiobook collection think it will have to be different player doing some research, if can fix will post back, when find a good audiobook player that works for putting on an iPhone will let forum know.
I have the same issue - several hundred GB worth of audiobooks all sitting on my external hard drive and I can't find any way to point iBooks to it. I don't think Apple thought about audiobook users very much, if at all, when they implemented this change.
RJ: If you are using Audible, get the Audible app! It is a much better way to listen and manage your books. You only need to download the one you are currently listening to, but you can access all of your books online when you want to switch. 153554b96e