Listening to audio books is a new way of reading that is widely popular among various iPod owners. However there are some problems with using audio books on iPod, because this device recognizes only M4B files as audio books. Other audio formats are associated with music.
To solve this problem and make audio books of any format readable by iPod, you can use iPod AudioBook utility that can easily create audio books from files of any audio format. For instance, this converter supports the following source file formats:
One of the most widely met formats for audio books in the Internet is WMA. iPod users who prefer listening to the books instead of reading usually touch with the problem of how to convert WMA to iPod format of audio books. Thanks to iPod AudioBook converter from CoolUtils the solution takes a few mouse clicks.
First you need to download and enable the program on your PC. In the opened window you will see the navigation menu, where you can navigate through your memory folders to find appropriate source files. Just check required files for conversion from the list, it can be one or more files at a time.
After this you will see the popped up settings window, where you can set required options for conversion. They include location for the future M4B audio books and sounding quality, set in the range from 0 to 500. Also you can select a fragment of source audio track and convert it separately. Remember that you can always skip settings adjustment and convert WMA to audio book with default set of options. This will save you even more time.
If you own iPod and like to spend time with audio books, such utility as iPod AudioBook is a ‘must have' application, as it totally solves the problem of formats compatibility when using various audio books. It is already available for downloading and purchase, you can buy it right now.