Now works with iTunes 9
I've updated the Helper to work with iTunes 9 (helper version 1.6)
Now works with iTunes 8
I've updated the Helper to work with iTunes 8 (version 1.5)
A more automated way of ripping Audiobook CDs into iTunes
I have written a GUI for helping you rip Audiobook CDs in a more automated way using iTunes. Tracks can be more easily renamed to a standard format. Also, this will move any AAC (.m4a) tracks from the Music Library into the Audiobooks Library.
Ripping a dozen CDs into iTunes can be tedious, especially if you the information from CDDB is inconsistent (or non-existent!). I decided to make the process of changing the CD info (especially the track names) easier.
Also, audiobook tracks ripped from CD appear in the "Music" library, but most people want them in the "Audiobooks" section in iTunes. While there are manual ways involving renaming the files, this it too tedious. (Mac users have the option of using this Applescript)
To make a long story short, here's what I came up with (click to view full image):
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