Category Archives: Audiobook Builder

macOS 11 Big Sur Compatibility

Audiobook Builder 2.1.1: Compatible. Get the latest now! CheckBook 2.6.16: Compatible. Get the latest now! Return Labels 1.0.2: Compatible. We’re working on minor interface display issues but all features operate as you’d expect. PixelGriddle 1.1.1: Compatible. Keep in touch at … Continue reading

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Audiobook Builder and errors importing from a CD

If you see an error when importing from an audio CD, that’s almost always a sign your Mac detected a hardware error while reading data from the disc. ¬†You can usually confirm this by opening /Applications/Utilities/Console.app, clicking the system.log item … Continue reading

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Audiobook Builder 2.1.1 is out!

Audiobook Builder 2.1.1 brings a plethora of fixes and nixes a crash or two while bringing back the mojo on the latest public beta of the next major version of macOS. Click here to get the update and see a … Continue reading

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macOS 11 Big Sur Public Beta Compatibility

Welcome to the 2020 macOS Update Season, friends! macOS finally gets a major version bump this year, going all the way to 11, with a host of changes, upgrades, what have you, and we’re already cranking away on updates to … Continue reading

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macOS Catalina vs. Audiobook Chapters

Update: Looks like macOS 10.15.2 resolves this one, folks. We tested syncing to a 4th-generation iPod and an iPhone running iOS 13.3 and both got their chapter stops, just like the good ol’ Mojave and earlier days. You have our … Continue reading

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Audiobook Builder 2.1 is ready

Audiobook Builder 2.1 brings compatibility enhancements for macOS 10.15 Catalina’s Books and Music applications, featuring extra preferences so you can spec where you want your audiobooks saved now that Books manages your audiobooks and Music manages your music. Outputting M4B … Continue reading

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