That's a limitation of Noteburner. iTunes creates the tracks and Noteburner creates one wav-file per track. Haven't found an option to change that.
@pacohaas: did you find out what your problem is? Looking at your log there are six wav files. I suppose you have already merged the indivual track files into one wav file per CD-R? What would happen if you treat the individual track-based wav files with AudibleChapters instead of the big one (maybe the problem lies in the merging process)? It is not quite clear to me what your wav file represents.Klaus
@KlausWhitch settings do you use with Noteburner to get the correct Tacknumbers or whitch version of notburner do you use.
Hi, i've also try this. The actual problem for me are the original wav file, which AudibleChapter creates.For example: After converting the book I run AudibleChapters and this joins and cut the wav files which was createt previously with Itunes, 7,59 Mins for every chapter. Now I can here every 7,59 (the chapter whitch Itunes has created) the cut or join Point. Kind regards, Micha
Create 1 wave file for each CD-R using iTunes.
Quote from: pacohaas on 19 April, 2011, 03:24:08 PMCreate 1 wave file for each CD-R using iTunes.I am running iTunes 10.2 (Windows 64). Can't find the "Joined track" option in my version: where to look?
Quote from: kbaerwald on 24 April, 2011, 12:34:41 PMQuote from: pacohaas on 19 April, 2011, 03:24:08 PMCreate 1 wave file for each CD-R using iTunes.I am running iTunes 10.2 (Windows 64). Can't find the "Joined track" option in my version: where to look?I'm not on my computer right now, but it's in one of the menus when you have the tracks on the CD selected.http://lmgtfy.com/?q=itunes+join+cd+tracks