2485 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Jan 27, 2010 1:16 PM by William Frank
Any idea why these would be greyed out for importing audio CDs?
Because this info is not in the tags for the audio CD. They are part of the file after you import it.
This info is part of the *CD Info.cidb* file., which is where iTunes stores the CD info. The CD info is not stored in iTunes.
See this -> How iTunes remembers audio CDs
I suppose I should see if it's also greyed out when I import a music CD
Yes it is.
How best does one import into iTunes audio books purchased on CD?
Problem: each disc merely designates tracks with numbers. And each disc starts with number 1.
So important two discs this AM I find two #1s, etc.
Should I rename each track on 5 discs as I import them A1, B1, etc?
Are there other options?
I have a book with 5 CDs and another with 18 CDs.
What's the quickest way?
See this script -> Audiobooker
"Convenient, intelligent AppleScript interface for ripping audiobook tracks with iTunes. Features include multiple CD support, intelligent track ordering and user-editable track naming. Excellent for prepping your audiobook tracks for iPod."