The most common issue that comes up with working with audiobook files in Converter Plus is having book sections joined together into a single track, or having one book section split into two tracks.
As apart of your workflow, you will need to listen to the first and last track of every book to ensure you are catching any combined sections.
Below are the directions on how to Join and Split tracks within Converter Plus.
Sometimes you will come across a book section that has been divided into two tracks. For instance, one track will start with
Chapter 1 and then the following track will just be narration with no heading being read. In this case, you can use the
Join Audio feature on the edit page in the
Set Play List section of Converter Plus.
To join two tracks:
Play Orderfunction to locate the first track that needs to be joined to the proceeding track.
Join Audio. This is the second heading on the page.
Now when you go back to the Play Order section you will see that the two tracks are now joined into a single track. You can proceed in renaming the tracks.
The most common issue with audiobooks is having the first and last tracks contain more than one book section. As part of your workflow, you will be required to listen to the first and last track and split the tracks as needed.
Some common book sections that can be combined in the first audio track are:
See the Audiobook Glossary for more info about book sections.
The end track usually will only have the Sign Off section joined to the last chapter. Most audiobooks have a Sign Off section, and if it is joined you will need to split it.
To split a track:
Play Ordersection of Converter Plus
Split Audio. This is the third heading on the page.
Play Ordersection that is titled
Sometimes the scan will not select the correct location. One common reason is there is music on the track.
If you have scanned the track and pressed play and it is not at the correct location you will have to use the slider control in the player to locate the correct location to split the track. Once you locate the correct place to split the track, press Update. Then, type in the name of that section in the
Title textbox and hit