Smart Playlist Solution which Doesn't require building a Smart Playlist for each audiobookalinkens said:I have two iPods.. One of them is an older 60GB iPod Photo. The other is a new 80GB iPod.
I have a bunch of Audiobooks, some I purchased on Audible and others I ripped from CD/Cassette.
On the old iPod all audiobooks showed up under Genre>Audiobooks sorted by Artist Name, then Book, then Track.
On the new iPod all the Audible files show up under "Audiobooks" and are not sorted by anything other than track name, which means if you have 10 audiobooks they all show up in one big list, if each audiobook has 4-5 files now you have 40-50 tracks you have to scroll through to get to the one you want and you can't sort by artist. The home ripped audiobooks still show up under Genre>Audiobook sorted by Artist Name, Book, Track.
Is there a way to get the Audible files to be sorted like they used to?
You can create chapter marks within the Audiobooks - these appear when you select the audiobook. Easy to do on an Apple but until recently impossible on a PC. SSA now makes this possible.puckles said:what makes little sense to me is why i should have to merge my audio book files into 1 audio file. i listen to a lot of books by humorists and essayists... i want the stories to be separate entities...