So as I was fiddling around with some old school CDs the other day and trying to move audio files within my i Tunes library to the The following tutorial can be mirrored with all types of imports (CD, your hard drive, external hard drives) and most file formats (MP3, m4a, m4b).
If you have files that were purchased through i Tunes, these are alterable too.
These settings would be best for Serato users: Stereo Bit Rate: 320 kbps Besides the encoder and it's settings, the other option which simplifies importing CDs is the second check box: "Automatically retrieve CD track names from internet".
As long as your computer is connected to the internet, this option will fill in the basic track information when you insert a CD to rip, which can save a lot of time typing names into i Tunes.
While many people use this for audiobooks, I’ve lately taken to creating Sides of music albums.
For example, “Exile on Main Street” is one of my favorite albums.
The exception is downloaded Apple Music files, which are not qualified for this fix.
With that out of the way, here is how to change an audio file to an audiobook in i Tunes. In order to relocate it to Audiobooks, simply secondary click the audio file and select Get Info.The method uses a script from Doug’s Apple Scripts for i Tunes, an extremely useful site with a plethora of scripts for Apple’s media application.The particular script I’ll be using is called Join Together and uses Quick Time to stitch the files together into larger one.It is by no means impossible to keep up with the changes, but staying on top of every small cosmetic shift does pose a decent challenge today.As somebody very fond of the spoken word on i Tunes, I can attest that this general rule holds true for audiobooks as well.Now drag and drop the tracks so that they’re in the correct order.