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Audio Convert Merge Free is an excellent and unique
audio joining application which allows you to
join separated audiobook chapters into a single
one fast and easily, with a high quality results. No matter what
compression rate, sample frequency or channels of input audiobooks
are, Audio Convert Merge Free joins them to same parameters and
output one audiobook with CD quality.
What is Audiobook?
audiobook or audio book is a recording of a text being read.
It is not necessarily an exact audio version of
a book or magazine. Spoken audio has been available
in school and public libraries and to a lesser extent in music shops
for a long time. It was not until the 1980s that the medium began
to attract book retailers and then book retailers
started displaying audiobook on bookshelves rather
than in separate displays.
Audiobook is a good choice to release
your eyeballs while "reading".
Audiobooks Joining Guide
1. Launch Audio Convert
Merge Free. Clicking "Add Files" to add
downloaded separated audiobook chapters to the joining
list. What's more, you can just simply drag & drop or copy
& paste the files to the task list. It is available to
adjust the sequence of joining list by dragging the added files.
Click "Delete" or "Clear" button to remove one
or all the added audiobooks if needed.
Choose an output format among MP3, WAV, WMA and OGG
from the dropdown menu of "Export Format". Furthermore,
you are able to adjust the output quality with the well-configured
presets or specify the configuration parameters
to meet your demands.
3. After adjusting output
settings, choose the "Merge" mode from the
"Export Type". Click "Merge" to
select the output folder and give a filename for
the joined audiobooks in the browser window and
click "Save" to start joining audiobooks.
The audiobooks are completely joined when the process bar disappears.
Now, you can play the joined audiobooks on portable listening devices.
To convert the audio files, just choose "Convert" mode &
the added files will be converted one by one to the specified output
folder and format.
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