1463 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: Feb 22, 2011 9:56 AM by turingtest2
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 22, 2011 9:56 AM (in response to felibb)Nope, that's the way it works if you let iTunes manage the files. It really isn't set up to deal with multi-file audiobooks. For Windows I have custom scripts which move files where I want and I've taken to naming my audiobooks in a *Book, Part XX* format, or if there are proper chapter titles setting the Sort Names to the *Book, Part XX* layout, again using a script.
You can find my approach detailed at http://samsoft.org.uk/iTunes/audiobooks.asp where there are also links to tools for merging multi-part audiobooks into a single file which may suit you better. If not perhaps something at Doug's Scripts can help.
tt2Various PCs, Windows XP Pro, iPhone3GS iOS4.2.1, 160Gb 1.1.2/2.0.4, 30Gb 1.3, Nano 1.4 - iTunes 10.1.2.17