Note: Noteburner Audiobook Converter for Mac is a home edition and it's only for personal use.
All-in-one iTunes M4B, M4A and Audible AA Audiobook Converter
Remove DRM from any protected iTunes M4B, M4A and Audible AA Audiobook!
- Convert iTunes M4B, M4A audiobook to MP3
If you are using a Mac and want to convert M4B to unprotected MP3 or M4A, NoteBurner Audiobook Converter for Mac is the best solution. The Mac M4B to MP3 Converter works with iTunes, records the audiobook in the background at fast speed and convert M4B to MP3 playable on all kinds of portable media players. M4B to M4A conversion is also possible. The output M4A file will preserve all ID tags and keep chapter selection available.
- Convert Audible AA audiobooks to MP3, AAC on Mac
AA audiobook from audible.com is not supported by all protable media players. You can check whether your portable media player supports AA format on audible.com. If you are using a Mac and your portable media player isn't in the supported device list, you can use this powerful AA to MP3 Converter to convert AA audiobook to MP3 or convert AA to M4A.
- Remove DRM protection from any audiobooks on Mac
Noteburner Audiobook Converter for Mac is also an AA Converter, Audiobook DRM removing software, which can convert any DRM protected audio book into MP3 or AAC format, or convert purchased audiobooks to plain audio formats for playing on various kinds of portable players.
More advanced features
Batch of considerate functions save you much time and money!
- Keep ID3 Tags for encoded musics
The ID3 Tags will be preserved in output MP3 or AAC files while converting. Further more, when you split a big audio book file to several small files, the ID Tags will also be preserved.
- Support batch conversion
Noteburner Audiobook Converter allows you to convert multiple files at one conversion. You can save a lot of time with this function.
- Support splitting big audiobook files
Noteburner helps you split a big audiobook file into some small ones on Mac.
- Easier than other methods
With purchased AA audiobooks, you are allowed to burn them to CD discs. You can then find a Mac CD ripper to rip the audio CD to MP3. This method is fine if there are only some audiobooks you need to convert to MP3. But what if there are lots of audiobooks? Obviously, it would be a long-time process and a waste of money. So you may want a simple and fast solution, and NoteBurner Audiobook Converter for Mac will be the best choice. It needs only a few clicks, no CD discs, saving you both time and money.
NoteBurner Audiobook Converter for Mac is specially designed for Mac users to convert both DRM protected and DRM free audio books to unprotected MP3, AAC. This AA to MP3 Converter records audio streams in the background at 5X speed and keep output MP3 with ID tags preserved. It's also an AA to AAC which allows you to convert audio book to DRM free AAC with both ID tags and chapters information preserved.
Main interface of Noteburner Audiobook Converter for Mac
Automatically add file to Noteburner
If your iTunes has audiobok files, it will automatically add them to Noteburner.
You can set output path and other advanced options here.
How to remove DRM protection from Audiobook files
Step 1. Automatically add files to Audiobook Converter for Mac from iTunes.
Select the file you want to convert and click Convert button, then all audiobook files can be converted quickly.
How to keep chapters in output AAC files
NoteBurner Audiobook Converter for Mac can keep chapters in output AAC files, however, you need to make some settings in the program. Please follow the steps below.
Step 1. Open program's preference
Please make sure you have downloaded the latest version from our website. Then run NoteBurner Audiobook Converter for Mac, click menu "NoteBurner Audiobook Converter" > "Preference".
Step 2. Check the option "Keep chapters"
In the Preference dialog, check the option "Keep chapters (Only work with AAC output format)". Please note that only AAC (.m4a) format can preserve chapters information.
Q1. How to register Noteburner Audiobook Converter with your registration code?
A: Firstly install the trial version of Noteburner Audiobook Converter on your Mac. Then launch Noteburner, click the menu bar "Noteburner Audiobook Converter> Registration...", there will be a registration popup dialog. You may input the User ID and Registration Key manually. The User ID is case sensitive. And, please do not add blank at the beginning or the end of the word. You can also copy and paste the User ID and Register Key into the registration popup dialog.
Please refer to the screenshot below:
Q2. What can I do if the program shows Registration Code Invalid?
A: First you may check if you have downloaded the incorrect program. And please note that only English characters can be used in the registration name, so if your registration name includes other characters, please contact us via email@example.com for a new code.
Q3. How to find the log file of Noteburner Audiobook Converter in order to send to Tech Support?
A: The log file is the diary of the conversion process which records the progress of each conversion. It will help the programmers to check the problem if there is any.
Users can find the log file of Noteburner Audiobook Converter, including "itunes.log" and "Audiobook Converter.log" with the following two methods:
1. Launch Noteburner and begin the conversion. If there is any error occurs during the process, users can click Noteburner menu bar File>Show log in Finder to get the "itunes.log" and "Audiobook Converter.log".
2. If Noteburner crashes during the conversion and you can't reach the log with the method above, please firstly hold down "Option" key to launch Noteburner. Then the "Audiobook Converter.log" will be generated on the desktop. And you will find the other "itunes.log" in the folder: /Users/username(your Mac account name)/Library/Application Support/Noteburner Audiobook Converter/.
Q4. Why doesn't it keep chapters in the converted audiobooks?
A: Firstly please note that the chapter-keeping function is unavailable when your iTunes version>=10.4 and Mac OS X<10.7. Then please make sure that you have checked the "Keep Chapters" in the Preferences. And it only works when you select the AAC as output format.
|Supported OS||Mac OS X 10.5, 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 10.9|
|Processor||1G Hz processor, or above|
|Monitor||Monitor with 1024x768 pixels or higher resolution|
|RAM||512MB or higher of RAM|
|Supported Input Formats|
|Audiobook Formats||iTunes M4B, M4A audiobook, Audible AA audiobooks|
|Supported Output Formats|
|Audio Formats||MP3, WAV, AAC, WMA|