[bookport] Re: audiobooks

  • From: "ROB MEREDITH" <rmeredith@xxxxxxx>
  • To: <bookport@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 06 Jul 2005 08:16:25 -0400

Actually, you connect the Book Port, then insert the CD. Goes much
easier that way, since the program sees the CD for yoyu.

>>> margo.downey@xxxxxxxxxxx 07/05/05 06:30PM >>>
Oh, okay, so with an RFB and D book, you'd just insert the CD in, open
your bookport transfer after connecting the bookport, find the drive and
send the files, right?

Margo and Elmo
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Rich Ring 
  To: bookport@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Tuesday, July 05, 2005 5:04 PM
  Subject: [bookport] Re: audiobooks

  An ordinary audio book may have more than one file, and if it does,
all of them must be ripped.  You  don't have to rip an RFB&D book.

  -----Original Message-----
  .From: "Margo"<margo.downey@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  .Sent: 7/5/05 3:41:44 PM
  .To: "bookport@xxxxxxxxxxxxx"<bookport@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  .Subject: [bookport] Re: audiobooks
  .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..

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