5 Replies Latest reply: Nov 14, 2012 11:47 AM by Limnos Branched to a new discussion.
anmldr Level 1 (0 points)

I have dozens of lectures from The Great Courses and have been ripping them in iTunes to use on my new iPod Classic 160gb.  I finally took a break to listen and realized that it would be better to have merged all of the separate files for individual lectures.  I had iTunes set to create m4a files.  I do not want to go back and rip all of the CD's again and choose to merge the files in iTunes.  I read on another post from a few years ago that QuickTime Pro could merge m4a files. But, I looked at the current version's description and there is no mention of merging or joining m4a files.


I don't mind purchasing software to do this but I don't want to purchase it if the software will not merge the files.


So...can QuickTime Pro merge m4a files?