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The audiobook format developed by Audible is divided into several formats, namely.AA which has a bitrate between 8 Kbps to 32 Kbps, and .AAX and .AAX + with the highest bitrate (64 Kbps). Both formats are accompanied by DRM (Digital Right Management) encryption technology so that audiobooks that you download from the Audible site cannot be copied.
DRM technology also makes audiobooks that can only be downloaded and used on four computers, both on Windows and Mac. To eliminate all of these restrictions, Audible audio formats can be converted to other audio files without DRM with Epubor Audible Converter.
Features and Highlights
Not all audio players support the Audible audio format. By using Epubor Audible Converter to convert these formats to MP3 audio format, audiobooks can be freely listened to on all devices (computers, kindles, mobile phones, tablets) without any limitations.
The way to do the conversion in Epubor Audible Converter is the same as the file format conversion procedure in general. Audible files that want to be changed format and removed protection are put into Epubor, then choose the MP3 format, and end with one-touch click on the Convert button.
The quality of the output file will not change at all. If you compare with the original file, you will not find differences in sound quality between the two. Codecs and bitrates also remain the same. According to its developers, Epubor Audible Converter is also able to convert audiobooks 60 times faster than other software.
Besides MP3, audiobooks can also be converted to M4B format. M4B file size is usually larger than MP3, but M4B has several advantages of its own. One of them, M4B format, can be used to save bookmarks. So if you want to stop listening to audiobooks, you can bookmark the last time you listened. At other times, the audiobook can be continued directly from that section by using the bookmark you created.
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Another advantage of the M4B format is that you don’t need to listen to audiobooks from the start. You can directly listen to any chapter you want in an audiobook. If you often miss the first part that usually contains an introduction or introduction, then the M4B format seems to be more suitable for you than MP3.
The split feature is also provided to split the audiobook into sections. Many audiobooks have a very long duration, so it takes a long time to listen to everything until it’s finished. The solution, you can break up audiobooks by chapter, by duration (for example, broken down to 30 minutes per file), or by segments evenly. If your 60-minute audiobook breaks into six segments, each segment will automatically have a duration of 10 minutes.