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PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2011 12:41 am 
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I'm using ABB to create bookmarkable audiobooks from CD audiobooks I already own. It was really straightforward to create my first one, and didn't take that long to build the book. Two parts, about 10 hours. Open up itunes, I see it! I can play it! Yay! It's in the Audiobooks section! Yay! Now, where is the file? It's not in the Itunes music folder.

I have a Sansa Clip+ to replace my ipod that broke. To get files on to it, I need to drag and drop the actual file on to the drive, I can't manage it thru itunes. If I can't find the file, I can't drag it to the device. Where o where is the file? I see the Audiobooks Builder file in the itunes music library, but it is empty. I also see the projects file in my documents folder. But I can't find the two-part audiobook.

I have two really long books I'm going to be converting from CD. I need to get this squared away before I start that project!


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2011 4:24 pm 
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Your Audiobooks files should be saved, by default, in a folder called Audiobooks in your iTunes Media Folder. If you can't find them there just hold the Control key and click on a track for an Audiobook you have in iTunes that you wish to locate. Select 'Get Info' and in the Summary section of the window that opens, at the bottom you will see exactly where it is saved.

I just saw that we have been tweeting with you off and on today and it looks like you are all set. So this is just for future reference.

Enjoy your Audiobooks!

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2011 5:11 pm 
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Thanks Allan! Good tip, thank you! And nice to meet you on twitter.


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