I’m a truck driver, and I listen to audiobooks as I drive. But I don’t like to switch the CDs while I’m driving.
Every CD ripper puts audiobook tracks in random order – even though music CDs are left intact.
I tried Ashampoo’s program, but it always crashes my computer, and doesn’t have a Save feature, which means that I have to rip and burn all of the CDs of a book in one sitting. And since it crashes my computer, I always have to start all over. It’s lousy, and I haven’t had any success with it at all. Are there any other rippers for audiobook CDs out there? Windows 10.
You should be able to use Windows Media Player which is available in Windows 10 Natively.
Rip Audiobookfrom a CD
Make sure your PC is connected to the Internet if you want Windows Media Player to automatically get info about the songs, such as the name of the CD, the artist, and titles for the tracks being ripped.
Open Windows Media Player.
Insert an audio CD into the PC’s CD drive.
Select the Rip CD button
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