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Playing audio book

Hi, I rip audio books and install them on my sansa fuse mp3 player, how do I get the audio books to player chapter to chapter automatically? I have to manually go from chapter to chapter?

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  • puddenpop Aug 21, 2008

    Hi, I'm sorry but I don't know if the book is in mp3tag? I'm trying. Thanks for helping.

  • puddenpop Aug 21, 2008

    thanks i will try this, have a good day

  • Daniel Jenkins
    Daniel Jenkins May 11, 2010

    Have you properly tagged everything using mp3tag?



    It is most likely b/c the chapters are not properly tagged. Sansa depends on tags to organize everything and if the tags don't match up, it doesn't know which chapter is which and which chapter is next in succesion.

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Http://www.mp3tag.de/en/

I bet this fixes it.

Posted on Aug 21, 2008

  • Daniel Jenkins
    Daniel Jenkins Aug 21, 2008

    Every mp3 file has a mp3 "tag" or info on that file describing what that file is as in artist, track number album info etc... Rip the mp3's from your audio books and then use mp3tag to label them properly, then copy to your mp3 player.

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