[bookport] Re: audiobooks

Pamela, thanks.  Okay, now, you say that my Book Wizard I got with the Book 
Port is a demo.  Can I use it along with the key along with the Book Port 
Transfer software along with the RFB and D book to send books to book port or 
do I need to buy a copy?  In other words, what makes this a demo--how is it a 
demo?

Margo and elmo
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: PAMELA RADER 
  To: bookport@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Wednesday, July 06, 2005 10:36 AM
  Subject: [bookport] Re: audiobooks


  Margo:

  As you've noticed, you have a demo of Book Wizard Reader on your PC.
  That is the software we developed to read Daisy material. The Book Port
  software works along with that program in order to send Daisy books to
  your Book Port. That is why you need a key for the Book Wizard, rather
  than Book Port. 

  The key costs around $10, plus shipping. This key will unprotect the
  books and allow you to either read them on your PC, or send them to Book
  Port. 

  I'm sorry if I've confused you further. I just didn't want you to try
  sending a book, then run into that problem. If you were to send one now,
  without the key, all you'll get is the Book Title, with a blurb that
  says, "This book is copy protected." 





  Pamela Rader, TECHNICAL SUPPORT
  American Printing House For The Blind
  1839 Frankfort Ave.
  Louisville, KY  40206

  PHONE:  1-800-223-1839, Ext. 307


  >>> margo.downey@xxxxxxxxxxx 07/06/05 10:00AM >>>
  Pam, okay, so, do I just call RFB and D to ask for the key to the book
  wizard product?  I am a member of RFB and D.  so, how does Book 
  wizard figure into all this?  I know I have Book wizard now on my
  computer but what is it and I'm confused about it and the book port and
  don't I read the daisy books on the book Port?

  Margo and Elmo
    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: PAMELA RADER 
    To: bookport@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
    Sent: Wednesday, July 06, 2005 8:25 AM
    Subject: [bookport] Re: audiobooks


    Margo:

    In the case of RFB&D books, because they are Daisy format, you only
    want to send the ".opf" file. If you open Book Port Transfer, insert
  the
    CD, then Book Port Transfer will point you to the correct file and
    that's the one you send. However, to do this, you would need a key
  from
    RFB&D for the Book Wizard, which is the Daisy component to our
  product.



    Pamela Rader, TECHNICAL SUPPORT
    American Printing House For The Blind
    1839 Frankfort Ave.
    Louisville, KY  40206

    PHONE:  1-800-223-1839, Ext. 307


    >>> margo.downey@xxxxxxxxxxx 07/05/05 04:41PM >>>
    In order to determine what files constitute the book when ripping a
  CD,
    does an audiobook on CD usually just have one file or could it have
    several and if several, how would you know which to choose from? 
  Same
    question for RFB and D books on CD.  I've not read one of their books
  on
    CD so is there just one file on a CD and if not, how do you know
  which
    file to send to Bookport?

    margo and Elmo
      ----- Original Message ----- 
      From: ROB MEREDITH 
      To: bookport@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
      Sent: Tuesday, July 05, 2005 9:07 AM
      Subject: [bookport] Re: audiobooks


      Margo:

      You need to first rip the CD to an MP3 file, then send the MP3
  file
    to
      the Book Port.

      Rob Meredith

      >>> margo.downey@xxxxxxxxxxx 07/02/05 04:22PM >>>
      I'd like to know if Bookport will play audiobooks say from a
      CD--sending the file or files from a CD.  Here's the scenario:  I
  go
    to
      amazon.com and buy a harry Potter audiobook on CD.  Can I send
  that
    type
      of file to Bookport?

      Margo and Elmo

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