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Old 10-26-2008, 11:53 PM
Bolo_Grubb Bolo_Grubb is offline
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Default Ripping CD Audiobooks

We already own all the Harry Potter books on CD and enjoy listening to these while on long drives (we often drive to Vacation destinations).

I would like to rip these to MP3 files to play on my wife's Sanza Fuze MP3 player. They take up alot of room if I just use windows media player to rip them. The Fuze take a micro SD card, so it would be handy if we can compress the books a bit and put them all on one micro SD card.

I have tried CDex and ripped them 48kbps and the quality is ok, but not great. The other problem with this method is the use of the database that CDex uses to name the tracks.

Also it seems to start over wsith the track numbering once it hits 255. Even when I make sure it is set to ID3 tags ver. 2

ANother problem we have with this is that no matter what we do it sees some of the tracks as music instead of audiobooks.

So I am looking for suggestions.

Is there a software package that will rip each CD as 1 track?

What does anyone else do?
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