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Recording Audio Books


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I am trying to use downloaded material from The Gutengerg Project, et. al., to make AudioBooks for my elderly mother-in-law. But no matter what I try I am unable to produce an Audio CD-R disk that doesn’t show “Err” in the playback window of a JVC CD-R/RW playback machine. Everything works on my Mac G5 (10.4.8), but thats it. I have tried Toast 8, iTunes, Quicktime and read a thousand other articles. I have tried MP3, Export as Aiff from Toast 8, Record Audio CD in Toast 8 and Burn CD in iTunes, etc., etc. Nothing works.

What I need is a straight forward step by step from Soup to Nuts explanation of how to create an audio book from source material. (For Example Zipped, MP3 and .aiff files) What software, what procedure, what format, equals desired result.

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That's very odd. It isn't a complicated thing to do and you've done it several different ways. I suggest getting a laser cleaning disc to use with the JVC player.

 

As for making this disc in Toast, just follow the steps for making an Audio CD. You can turn off CD Text to increase the compatibility with different players. I suggest burning audio CDs at 8x speed.

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That's very odd. It isn't a complicated thing to do and you've done it several different ways. I suggest getting a laser cleaning disc to use with the JVC player.

 

As for making this disc in Toast, just follow the steps for making an Audio CD. You can turn off CD Text to increase the compatibility with different players. I suggest burning audio CDs at 8x speed.

 

 

That's very odd. It isn't a complicated thing to do and you've done it several different ways. I suggest getting a laser cleaning disc to use with the JVC player.

 

As for making this disc in Toast, just follow the steps for making an Audio CD. You can turn off CD Text to increase the compatibility with different players. I suggest burning audio CDs at 8x speed.

 

 

Thank you for the information. It seems that the 8x recording speed did the trick.

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