Hello. I recently acquired a new desktop that is a quad core 64 bit system running Windows 7 Home. I have also recently acquired some new audio books on cd that I would like to listen to while riding long distance (travel out of state fairly often). I plan to mainly use my LG Optimus phone for playback, though I also have a Sansa m240 available as well. I used to use CDEx on my old 32 bit Win XP system, but I don't know if that software (last release early 2009) is going to be very reliable on my 64 bit Win 7 system.
Anyone have some experience ripping audiobook cds on 64 bit systems, what software do you use/recommend?
Since many audiobook cds have anywhere from 99 -300 tracks on them (in my past experience, at least) and separation may or may not have anything to do with chapters (many don't), I generally prefer to rip each cd onto a single track, preferably in mp3 format. In the past I never really found any of the audio databases to be very reliable for audiobook information and since my m240 doesn't display anything but text, I never really concerned myself with hunting down alternate sources for Book covers, track info, etc. I usually just use a separate folder for each book and use "D1 My Audio Book.mp3" format for naming the disc files. Any guidance would be appreciated.