08-25-2014 08:58 AM
In the future, please follow the advice suggested in this post:
and quit repeating what others have said.
05-18-2015 06:25 PM
Well, you are a fool to use a paid programs when iTunes will do it simply, easily and free.
Or perhaps you are a shill.
Wow, your first post . What a surprise. Don't believe the hype.
06-24-2015 02:49 PM
I have never been happy to have iTunes installed on my computer. I do not like it's system footprint.
So without itunes, you can still easily convert. And there is no option to pay for this software, so I'm not selling a thing.
1) Download VideoLan Client. You can search for "videolan client" or "VLC" on google
2) Start VLC and choose "Media / Convert / Save" from the menu bar, or press Ctrl-R
3) Select the file using the "Add" button, then press "convert/save"
4) Create a new profile, call it "Sansa". The "new profile" button is next to the deletion cross.
5) In "Encapsulation" tab select Ogg/Ogm
6) In "Audio Codec" tab turn "Audio" on, select codec "Vorbis", and change sample rate to 22050Hz
7) Press save
8) Copy the book name into the "destination file" box and press "Start"
09-20-2015 09:24 AM - edited 09-20-2015 09:26 AM
I think the VLC player instructions landed while I was mocking the previous shill.
VLC is great free software, true, and Sansa will play .ogg files. But whether VLC will actually convert those particular Apple audiobook files (m4b) is something someone else will have to try.
03-19-2018 06:43 PM
M4B is a great format for keeping bookmarks of audiobooks, the only problem is that some players or devices don't support it so well. So you can convert to a playable format, I will recommend you to try to convert M4B to MP3 or AAC. If you are interested, you can take a look at the tutorial. As a music lover, I have tried multiple ways to convert my music and audiobooks, this turns out to be a best way for me.