Good news for Apple OS X 10.10 Yosemite users, Macsome AudioBook Converter V2.0.3 has been released on Aug 05, 2014 with more stability on Mac OS X Yosemite.
What’s new on Version 2.0.3 of Macsome AudioBook Converter:
Fix the crash on Mac 10.10 Preview Version 4.
In addition, Macsome AudioBook Converter supports simple user interfact to convert AA files to MP3 or AAC format with CD output quality.
After you run the software, it will load all the audiobooks on your iTunes automatically. According to your need, choose the file you want to convert and check them to click OK to add them to convert.
The software is also an audio splitter, which offers three ways to split one big audiobook file to small ones, such as splitting by the duration, splitting to the segments you want to split, splitting by the chapter.
If you want to keep your primary chapter information, don’t worry, Macsome AudioBook Converter can also deal well with this, what you need to do is to select Preferences in the menu to select the option Keep chapters. This is only feasible for AAC format as the output.
With the above powerful functions, Macsome AudioBook Converter is a userful tool to convert any protected or unprotected Audiobooks on iTunes to unprotected format with up to 20X high conversion speed and CD quality output.
More detailed information about the software you can find from the website:
Macsome Inc. is a software development company which established in 2008 with expertise and experience in converting audio books and iTunes music, transferring iPod files and recording audio. It develops products such as Macsome Audio Book Converter, iPod File Transfer, iTunes Music Converter, Audio Recorder and so on for personal computers and mobile devices. All of Macsome products have an easy-to-use interface.
Visit here http://www.macsome.com/index.html to know more about Macsome Inc.
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