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    HarveyOs
    @HarveyOs
    Ich versuche noch zu verifizieren ob der Fehler nicht auch bei der Umwandlung von m4a zu m4b über ein Extra-Programm bei mir passiert
    HarveyOs
    @HarveyOs
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    Nachtrag: Es schient direkt bei der Konvertierung von aax zu ma4 zu passieren.
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    Nachtrag 2: Leider wird bei iTunes die Lauflänge falsch angezeigt. Könnte aber mit den falschen Kapiteln zu tun haben da auch keine Kapitel angezeigt werden.
    audiamus
    @audiamus
    Mir ist jetzt vom Programm her keine Beschränkung der Kapitelzahl bewusst. Es könnte auch mit den Meta-Daten im Buch zu tun haben. Um das herauszufinden, könntest Du eine Protokolldatei erstellen? Und ein neues Issue dazu in GitHub eröffnen?
    HarveyOs
    @HarveyOs
    Es scheint im ffmpeg zu liegen. Habe versuchsweise mal die neuste Version genommen und das Buch per Kommandozeile umgewandelt. In meinen SmartAudioBook-Player auf dem Handy werden dann alle Kapitel angezeigt.
    audiamus
    @audiamus
    Du kannst versuchen, AAX Audio Converter mit der neusten FFmpeg-Version zu betreiben, z.B. Pfad in der app.config umbiegen. Die Kapitel aus der AAX-Datei werden aber nur dann genommen, wenn das recht neue Feature "Kapitelnamen" nicht zum Zuge kommt.
    HarveyOs
    @HarveyOs
    Es geht mir nur um die Transkodierung zu *m4a. Da werden soweit ich weiß keine Kapitel umbenannt, oder?
    HarveyOs
    @HarveyOs

    Du kannst versuchen, AAX Audio Converter mit der neusten FFmpeg-Version zu betreiben, z.B. Pfad in der app.config umbiegen. Die Kapitel aus der AAX-Datei werden aber nur dann genommen, wenn das recht neue Feature "Kapitelnamen" nicht zum Zuge kommt.

    Wie? Unter Grundeinstellung verweigert das Programm die neue Version von ffmpeg. BTW ich habe keine Entwicklungsoberfläche, nutze die reine *exe

    HarveyOs
    @HarveyOs
    Leider verweigert AaxAudioConverter die neue Version von ffmpeg. Möchte beim Starten direkt den Pfad zur ffmpeg.exe neu haben.
    HarveyOs
    @HarveyOs

    Es ist doch nicht die FFmpeg. Wenn ich die Version 4.1 (4.2 und Dev. 20200403) mit

    ffmpeg -activationbytes abcdabce -i "BECOMING Meine Gesc_3844531211_LC_64_44100_Stereo.aax" -vn -c:a copy output.m4a

    aufrufe werden alle 378 Chapter in meinem SmartAudioBook-Player angezeigt.

    audiamus
    @audiamus

    Vielen Dank. Daraus ergeben sich mehrere Erkenntnisse aber noch keine schlüssige Erklärung.

    1. In content_metadata.json stehen die Kapitel anscheinend korrekt.

    2. Im Modus „Eine Datei“ wirken die aber nicht. Dieser Modus wird etwas stiefmütterlich behandelt, der Audiostrom wird nur entschlüsselt, aber nicht zeitlich bearbeitet, Tags werden ersetzt, aber die Kapitel aus der aax-Datei unverändert übernommen.

    3. Es müsste, wenn Du FFmpeg manuell aufrufst, die Kapitelliste aus den AAX-Metadaten auf der Konsole ausgegeben werden. Stehen da 25 oder 378 Kapitel? Ggf. abhängig von der FFmpeg-Version?

    4. Wenn Du auf den Modus „geteilt nach Kapitel“ wechselst, solltest Du mehrere Audiodateien und eine Playlist dazu bekommen. Und die Teilung müsste dann der Liste aus content_metadata entsprechen.

    Ich nehme als Anregung daraus mal auf, eine mögliche Bearbeitung der Kapitel im Modus „Eine Datei“ zu untersuchen.

    Zu einem alternativen FFmpeg: Ja, es gibt in der Tat in den Grundeinstellungen die Möglichkeit, einen anderen Ort per Dialog zu wählen, war mit gestern Abend gar nicht mehr bewusst. Aber bei mir funktioniert das auch. Welche Art von Fehler kommt denn da bei Dir?

    Abgelegt wird die Einstellung als XML hier (und lässt sich hier auch ändern):
    C:\Users\<USER>\AppData\Local\audiamus_nohash\AaxAudioConverter\user.config

    <setting name="FFMpegDirectory" serializeAs="String">
    <value>F:\Temp\aax</value>
    </setting>

    PS: Ein Issue-Thread in GitHub ist für Analysen dieser Art vermutlich besser geeignet, als der Chat hier auf Gitter.

    HarveyOs
    @HarveyOs

    Vielen Dank. Daraus ergeben sich mehrere Erkenntnisse aber noch keine schlüssige Erklärung.

    1. In content_metadata.json stehen die Kapitel anscheinend korrekt.

    2. Im Modus „Eine Datei“ wirken die aber nicht. Dieser Modus wird etwas stiefmütterlich behandelt, der Audiostrom wird nur entschlüsselt, aber nicht zeitlich bearbeitet, Tags werden ersetzt, aber die Kapitel aus der aax-Datei unverändert übernommen.

    3. Es müsste, wenn Du FFmpeg manuell aufrufst, die Kapitelliste aus den AAX-Metadaten auf der Konsole ausgegeben werden. Stehen da 25 oder 378 Kapitel? Ggf. abhängig von der FFmpeg-Version?

    4. Wenn Du auf den Modus „geteilt nach Kapitel“ wechselst, solltest Du mehrere Audiodateien und eine Playlist dazu bekommen. Und die Teilung müsste dann der Liste aus content_metadata entsprechen.

    Ich nehme als Anregung daraus mal auf, eine mögliche Bearbeitung der Kapitel im Modus „Eine Datei“ zu untersuchen.

    Zu einem alternativen FFmpeg: Ja, es gibt in der Tat in den Grundeinstellungen die Möglichkeit, einen anderen Ort per Dialog zu wählen, war mit gestern Abend gar nicht mehr bewusst. Aber bei mir funktioniert das auch. Welche Art von Fehler kommt denn da bei Dir?

    Abgelegt wird die Einstellung als XML hier (und lässt sich hier auch ändern):
    C:\Users\<USER>\AppData\Local\audiamus_nohash\AaxAudioConverter\user.config

    <setting name="FFMpegDirectory" serializeAs="String">
    <value>F:\Temp\aax</value>
    </setting>

    PS: Ein Issue-Thread in GitHub ist für Analysen dieser Art vermutlich besser geeignet, als der Chat hier auf Gitter.

    zu 3. In allen FFmpeg Versionen (4.1, 4.2, Dev. 20200403) werden 378 Kapitel angezeigt.
    zu 4. "geteilt nach Kapitel" funktioniert, bei 'BECOME' sind es 31 Kapitel, bei 'Frank Schätzing - Die Tyrannei des Schmetterlings' sind es 384 Kapitel.

    Alternative zu FFmpeg ließ sich nicht anwählen da ich es mit der Dev. 20200403 versucht habe. Mit der Version 4.2.2 gings.

    Issue-Thread in GitHub schau ich mir mal an. Habe damit noch nicht gearbeitet.

    Vielen Dank für alles

    HarveyOs
    @HarveyOs

    Hallo audiamus
    Vielen Dank für die Weiterentwicklung und die Implementierung meiner 'Sonderwünsche'.
    Ich habe die Version 1.10 an 3 meiner "Problem"-Bücher ausprobiert und es sieht sehr gut aus. Netter Nebeneffekt ist, dass bei iTunes jetzt auch wieder die richtige Länge des Hörbuches angezeigt wird.
    Jetzt geht es daran die gesamte Bibliothek nochmals zu konvertieren. Ich habe nun mal die Bücher lieber in einer Datei mit Kapiteln.

    Frohe Ostern.

    PS: sollte ich doch noch ein Hörbuch mit fehlerhaften Kapiteln oder Länge finden, so melde ich mich nochmal.

    audiamus
    @audiamus

    Die Idee, über die FFMetaData zu gehen, war genau die richtige. Jetzt haben wir in allen Konvertiermodi gleiches Grundverhalten, und die vorherige stiefmütterliche Behandlung von "Eine Datei" ist einer vollwertigen gewichen. Das finde ich auch als Autor gut.

    Ebenfalls Frohe Ostern!

    HarveyOs
    @HarveyOs
    So. ca. 450 AAX konvertiert. Alle in iTunes neu eingelesen und sämtliche Hörbuchlängen werden korrekt angezeigt. Stichpunktartig habe ich die Kapiteleinträge kontrolliert und das sieht auch sehr gut aus.
    Ich habe auch MediaInfo installiert und eine kleine Ungereimtheit festgestellt.
    Das Hörbuch Limit von Frank Schätzing (eines der Problembücher) hat 329 Kapitel. Diese werden bei iTunes und im SmartAudioBook-Player auf dem Handy angezeigt.
    MediaInfo zeigt mir 2 unterschiedliche Anzahl an Kapitel an. Wenn ich es richtig zuordne werden bei QuickTime-Kapitel 329 und bei Nero-Kapitel 255 angezeigt.
    Kann diese 255-Begrenzung eine Limitierung von Nero-Kapitel sein?
    audiamus
    @audiamus

    Kann diese 255-Begrenzung eine Limitierung von Nero-Kapitel sein?

    Irgendwo muss es so eine 8-bit-Grenze geben. Auch VLC macht bei 255 Schluss. Diese ganzen Tag-Dinge basieren wohl alle nicht auf einer festen Spezifikation, RFC odgl, sondern sind einfach gewachsen.

    araryo
    @araryo

    Hi there,
    I have problem belowed. what wrong with me?

    Exception message

    System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object
    위치: audiamus.aaxconv.lib.AudibleAppContentMetadata.findContentMetadataFile(String fileName)
    위치: audiamus.aaxconv.lib.AudibleAppContentMetadata.GetContentMetadata(BookPart part, Boolean fileOnly)
    위치: audiamus.aaxconv.lib.AaxAudioConverter.getContentMetadata(BookPart part)
    위치: audiamus.aaxconv.lib.AaxAudioConverter.verifyActivationAndGetChapters(BookPart part, String activationcode)
    위치: audiamus.aaxconv.lib.AaxAudioConverter.checkActivationAndGetChapters(BookPart part)
    위치: audiamus.aaxconv.lib.AaxAudioConverter.checkActivationAndGetChapters(Book book)
    위치: audiamus.aaxconv.lib.AaxAudioConverter.convertBook(Book book)
    위치: audiamus.aaxconv.lib.AaxAudioConverter.<>cDisplayClass70_0.<convertBooksParallel>b2(Book b)
    위치: System.Threading.Tasks.Parallel.<>cDisplayClass31_0`2.<ForEachWorker>b0(Int32 i)
    위치: System.Threading.Tasks.Parallel.<>cDisplayClass17_0`1.<ForWorker>b1()
    위치: System.Threading.Tasks.Task.InnerInvoke()
    위치: System.Threading.Tasks.Task.InnerInvokeWithArg(Task childTask)
    위치: System.Threading.Tasks.Task.<>cDisplayClass176_0.<ExecuteSelfReplicating>b0(Object <p0>)

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    audiamus
    @audiamus
    Can you create a log file (start AAX Audio Converter with command line argument -Log=3, see manual for details), then raise a new issue for this on GitHub: https://github.com/audiamus/AaxAudioConverter/issues
    and upload the log file there (zipped).
    It may have to do with the environment on your computer, some specific condition AAX Audio Converter is not yet aware of.
    araryo
    @araryo

    Can you create a log file (start AAX Audio Converter with command line argument -Log=3, see manual for details), then raise a new issue for this on GitHub: https://github.com/audiamus/AaxAudioConverter/issues
    and upload the log file there (zipped).
    It may have to do with the environment on your computer, some specific condition AAX Audio Converter is not yet aware of.

    Thank you for your reply. I create issue for this with log (audiamus/AaxAudioConverter#23)

    nurbles
    @nurbles
    I just received a notice from Audible that they will be changing the format of downloaded files and the current "format 4" will no longer be available (after June 30, 2020). Will this mean that AAX Audio Converter can no longer work, or does it somehow have Audible 'play' the file and 'record' the data into the new format? (I obviously don't know the tech details of the conversion.)
    audiamus
    @audiamus
    "Format 4" appears to be the .aa type of files, at least that's what Audible Manager reports. That would be the old format which internally is MP3. (Wikipedia says there has also been a "Format 2" and a "Format 3" once, with file type .aa as well, but I never came across those.) Audible uses the term "Enhanced format" for .aax. So we should be on the safe side, at least for now.
    prustage
    @prustage
    Hi,
    I keep recommending AaxAudioConverter to friends but they never install it because they are put off by the warning messages that Windows generates when it tries to install. Specifically Windows blocks the installation because of "unknown publisher". That is in addition to the warning they get from their browser when they try and download an .exe file. They just get spooked. Its a pity they are missing out on a good tool because of this. Is there anything that can be done to stop this happening?
    audiamus
    @audiamus

    Specifically Windows blocks the installation because of "unknown publisher". That is in addition to the warning they get from their browser when they try and download an .exe file.

    The installation package is not digitally signed and I'm afraid it will remain so. This leads to those two messages.

    There are two options for people who are skeptical about the integrity and content of the installer:

    The first one is the more theoretical one and you probably need some rudimentary software development skills for this. AAX Audio Converter is an Open Source project. Hence you can build the executable yourself. The easiest way would be to make a clone of the sources and feed the whole lot into Visual Studio.

    The other one only checks the integrity of the installer, but does not verify its content. This is the same method which AAX Audio Converter uses when downloading a new version with its auto-update facility: Compare the hash value of the installer exe. The reference value for the MD5 hash of the current release package is always available here:
    https://github.com/audiamus/AaxAudioConverter/blob/master/res/Setup.dat

    Sailfish
    @Sailfish

    Hello Audiamus, just found AaxAudioConverter on a reddit topic and am very impressed with the features that you've provided with it. It's is much better than the previous one I've been using. Two questions, if I may?

    1. I would like to donate for the product but could not find a means to do that on the Github page; is there a donate link I can use?

    2. I use Audible site to download files to Audble Manager which copies them to my hard drive and then it copies them to my SanDisk Clip player (it supports both .aa & .aax formats) for playing. However, the Audible Manager software itself really sucks for cataloging large audiobook collections (in my case, I have over 1000 audible audiobooks.)

    It seems clear that Audible never expected (nor wanted?) their customers to save their audiobooks on offline library storage since all the files are placed in one folder without any hierarchical classifications for authors, book series consisting of multi-books, ratings and such. Any chance that you may be interested in using AaxAudioConverter and developing a new product that would go through one's Windows audiobook folder and building such a library?

    Of course, I would be willing to pay for it but I know a number of avid Audible listeners who would love to pay for such a product.

    audiamus
    @audiamus

    Hello Sailfish,

    thank you very much for your kind words.

    I would like to donate for the product but could not find a means to do that on the Github page; is there a donate link I can use?

    Please don’t feel offended, but I conceived AAX Audio Converter as a totally free product. It was the fundamental idea. And “free” should extend to sponsorship and donations. The project really does not need any money. GitHub hosts it for free, including the binary releases. (I have created other semi-pro software in a totally different sector, and that one is commercial, with a properly registered business behind it. Sales there pay for my hardware development environment.)

    The best thing you can do to support AAX Audio Converter is to spread the news. It has become quite popular already, looking at the number of downloads, but I’m sure there is still room for more.

    Any chance that you may be interested in using AaxAudioConverter and developing a new product that would go through one's Windows audiobook folder and building such a library?

    I’m afraid not. A couple of years ago I had indeed thought about writing my own multimedia library software, with an underlying database and some kind of search engine, and I found it quite enjoyable to create the first few components for it. But in the end I had to decide against it. To implement the necessary complexity would have cost a lot of work, not leaving enough time to maintain that other piece of software.

    And there are so many media managers available already, with a good part of them free and Open Source, too. Even a standard media player like VLC comes with some basic library functionality. Or look at a dedicated manager like Kodi. They are all able to read the meta data from the MP3 or M4A/M4B files and some automatically categorize any M4B file as audiobook. Their search and sorting capabilities may vary but most of them can find author, title, or genre.

    Sailfish
    @Sailfish

    audiamus, I appreciate your quick and detailed reply and understand your position completely. I will not attempt to convince you to reconsider but would like to explain my issue in more detail since I went for brevity before and failed to convey the problems with Audible Manager (AM) and other media players. The best way to explain it is with a side-by-side image of AAX Audio Converter(AAC) vs. AM, see
    https://imgur.com/a/zKx8Mjs

    AAC displays the details of the audible file (see "File details" pane at bottom) similarly to AM which is what intrigued me to begin with since no other media player I've used provides this detail. I've color-highlit and numbered the sections in AM in hopes to make my description easier to explain. Section 1 (green) is AM's the default method of adding books, which is just a listing them in alphabetical order. AM allows user to create folders for books which I've used for a hierarchical ordering as depicted with sections 2, 3, 4 and 5 (Authors > Authors Names > Book Series Title > Each Series' Book).

    Section 6 lists the Audible parts to each book. Note: for .aax books there would only be 1 entry where as .aa books may have multiple parts.

    Audible does not provide a way to order books in this manner either with AM, Audible App nor web site which, for people with a large library (mine is 1000+ but even a moderate number of books would be frustrating.) This is the reason I make separate folder entries for each book in a series, so I can individually title them "Book 1, 2, ..., n". AM also does not afford a means to rate Authors which I added a kludge of prefacing their names with an asterisk to highlight those authors that I find most enjoyable and a means to easily review for re-listening later. Lastly, AM has a nasty bug in it that creates multiple entries for books. All of the books shown in Section 1 (green) are examples of this. There are literally hundreds more at the bottom of the Library list, as well. In a vain attempt to remedy the problem, spent hours removing these entries from within AM only to find out after I exited AM and re-launched, AM recreated these superfluous entries. I've complained to Audible and they acknowledge the problem but offer no solution.

    There are other features that would be nice like allowing a user to star-rate each book or adding a tag for my online book review but something like that seems beyond the scope of what can be provided by an AAC-modified Audible media library.

    Again, thanks for your time and best to you.

    audiamus
    @audiamus

    Hi Sailfish,

    as you show in your side-by-side comparison, the details window in AAX Audio Converter is very similar to the one in Audible Manager. That’s easy because all the information comes from embedded meta data (aka “tagged values”) in the AA or AAX file. AAX Audio Converter then tries to convey as much of it as possible to the destination file formats MP3 or M4A/M4B. Audible uses some proprietary tags here, which I replace with more common ones. A number of media players is able to reveal most or all of them, e.g. VLC. To see them in VLC for instance, open the VLC playlist and switch to detailed view. You also get track number (if you split the book) and disc number (for parts in a multi-part book).

    The folder and file structure AAX Audio Converter creates by default is very common and expected by many players. Media players or library managers often analyze several sources: the folder/file structure, the embedded meta data, and the playlist, if there is one. Some are also able to grab meta data from a number of web servers.

    The default is to order books by author and title. That’s what you chose as well. What AAX Audio Converter does not create is a “book series” layer. It could be done, but the book title parsing in AAX Audio Converter is bound to make mistakes, as there appears to be no uniform convention at Audible how to structure a title text as part of a series. You will have to allow for manual overriding of the parser's findings (not a real problem as AAX Audio Converter already allows this of author and title). But the concept of an extra series layer would also fail if books within a series have different authors. The strictly hierarchical folder/file structure is not able to map this. That’s the moment where a more complex data model is needed and where you will end up with a database instead of or in addition to the folder/file structure.

    You also bring up user-specific features like rating. Bookmarks and custom tags would fall into the same category. The audio file formats MP3 and M4A/M4B theoretically can host those internally, as tagged values, but I wouldn’t do that. In a good design, the media file itself will be read-only. All the custom data should/would be stored in the media database. Kodi is doing it this way and I guess so are the others. My own media manager project would have done the same.

    TUISTERa
    @TUISTERa
    Hello, i can not find any information, is there a way for reverse convert ? I have mp3 audio books, that i want to convert too aax and use in kindle whitepaper
    audiamus
    @audiamus
    Not with AAX Audio Converter and I guess not with underlying FFmpeg either. The AAX file format is an MP4 container with an encrypted AAC audio stream. And we have no way to encrypt.
    Sailfish
    @Sailfish

    Again, your thorough and respectful reply is appreciated. I am a bit upset with myself for not being able to correctly articulate my inquiry before now. I am not looking for a general purpose media manager as you've clearly outlined but, rather, one that specifically works with Audible files (.aa, .aax).

    While I will definitely use AAC in times where I have a need to convert an Audible file to play on a non-Audible compatible player, I suspect that those will be rare. Nor will I use it for backup since I do full clone backups of my PC on a weekly basis and playing/replaying the .aa/.aax files is preferred by me.

    More specifically, I was looking for a means to read my existing Audible folder files and display them in a manner more conducive for cataloging and less buggy than what currently exists with Audible Manager. While I don't have any way of quantifying the consumer need for this, my guess is that everyone who even has a medium-sized collection of Audible books, say 25+, would be interested in such a product and, as with me, would be willing to pay a moderate price for it.

    I just wanted to clarify my inquiry and thank you for you patience on this.

    Best to you.

    audiamus
    @audiamus

    More specifically, I was looking for a means to read my existing Audible folder files and display them in a manner more conducive for cataloging and less buggy than what currently exists with Audible Manager.

    Did you have a look at the Audible app for Win 10, available from the Win 10 app store (link on the Audible website)?

    It only supports AAX as far as I know, but AA (Format 4) has been officially retired now, they have said. When downloading a book with this app you also automatically download a bunch of JSON files in the background. I went through them to find something useful for AAX Audio Converter. One or two of those files had some sort of book series information but I don't know whether the app is presenting the books in a series as such (because I only use it as a data source).

    Sailfish
    @Sailfish

    Screenshots: https://imgur.com/a/US20y0I

    audiamus, based on your reply I decided to look more into it from the Win10 perspective. My go-to system is Win7 and is where I have my Audible downloaded library audio files and seldom use Win10. AudibleSync only works on Win10 and they also legacied Audible Manager on Win10 and only support the Audible app which is free from the Windows Store. The app appears to be very similar to the same UI as that from Androids and, presumably, iOS devices.

    This presents myself some major problems, for not only had Audible made it worse for large book library consumers, they've made it a nightmare for those who have Format 4 (.aa) books. While I can still play my .aa books on my Win7 system and download them from Win7 to my MP3 player via Audible Manager, I wont be able to play them on Win10 since the Audible app doesn't recognize them. Additionally, the AudibleSync program appears to be mostly used for transferring .aax files to MP3 players.

    However, even in that, there are inconsistencies. I've added 3 screenshots that illustrated the problems, refer to IMGUR link above. What I did was use both AudibleSync and the Audible app to download the same book on my Win10 system. I then performed a search to locate .aax files. The Win10AudibleAAXSearchResults.png file shows the results. The Audible app stores the file in its library directory folder using a somewhat descriptive file name; where as, the AudibleSync program stores it in their library directory with a truncated and unuseful Audible book ID name. Furthermore, the Audible app file (the one that plays the book) is half the size as that of AudibleSync, the program used to transfer audibooks to MP3 players. From the name and size on the Audible app download, it appear to be monaural while the AudibleSync program presumably is in stereo.

    While I can't confirm this, I suspect that both of them have the metadata to add the JSON tags you spoke of.

    The next screenshot Win10AudibleApp.png is of the Audible app library view with the Sort Selection drop-down displayed. I suspect that these are what may be what you noted in the JSON tags along with, perhaps, other items. Note that the drop-down list selections are radio bullets and not checkboxes, meaning one can only sort on one of them and cannot cascade them in a hierarchal manner. So, one can sort on authors but not authors then series. Furthermore, each book entry takes up a lot of screen real estate making it unworkable for use as a book library catalog (referring back to the original screenshot I linked to showing a workable condensed list of Author>Book>Series>Series books).

    The last screenshot Win10AudibleSync.png is that of the AudibleSync program, refer to the following link to get a better understanding of its UI.
    https://audible.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/10070

    In conclusion, it appears I will need to re-download all 1000+ titles in the new .aax format before I will be able to both take advantage of the new sorting options and also have the ability to play them on Win10 using the Audible app. Note: I found that I could install the Win7 Audible Manager program on Win10 which then adds the .aa &.aax codexes to Windows Media Player and VLC but that is only a workaround until I get around dragging down all of Charter's traffic pipes as I download 1000+ audiobooks.

    Sorry for this mind dump but I hope you can gain some insight as it relates to any future endeavors you might have with Audible files.

    PS: I also plan to forward a revised version of this to the Audible Tech branch for their future consideration but if my past entreaties to them are any indication, I suspect they will give a polite reply and not much else. They really don't seem to understand that there current library display model lacks any meaningful scaling features for large library users.

    mitrix
    @mitrix_twitter
    hi all, how do i get my authentication code from the AudibleActivation.sys file? My conversions worked for my downloaded books on account 1, but when i sign into account 2 in the win10 audible app, i get AAX Audio Converter asking for the hex code, it appears account 2 activation code is not flowing through correctly?
    mitrix
    @mitrix_twitter
    i tried uninstalling the win 10 audible app and redownloading, signing in only to account 2.
    audiamus
    @audiamus

    My conversions worked for my downloaded books on account 1, but when i sign into account 2 in the win10 audible app, i get AAX Audio Converter asking for the hex code, it appears account 2 activation code is not flowing through correctly?

    Under investigation

    audiamus
    @audiamus
    Multiple Audible accounts:
    New in Version 1.14, just published: AAX Audio Converter can now rescan the Audible App for a new activation code with a simple button click after the account has been switched.
    azeekial
    @azeekial_gitlab
    hi guys i have a question about the aaxaudio convertor
    i recentlly downloaded it and converted a couple of audio books
    than it stopped working (when i cilicked on it it did not open) so i=uninstalled and reinstalled it
    but that did not help it still does not work i tried uninstall reinstall a couple of more times with no succes
    this hase really been puzeling i disabled my anti virus and the windows protection because i thought maybe thats interfearing with something but that did not help
    than i installed it on a virtual machine and it worked fine there i think this might be because of something in the registry that does not get deleted or something i dont useally go looking and deleting things in the registry but i tried to look for some stuff and could not find anything.Do any of you have any idea of what could be going on and how i could fix it?
    azeekial
    @azeekial_gitlab
    to be a bit more descriptive about the problem, when I try to run the programme the loading icon next to the curser pops us for a couple of seconds and than it goes away and nothing happens it just does not open.
    audiamus
    @audiamus

    then it stopped working (when i clicked on it it did not open)

    Please try to run AAX Audio Converter with the log option on (-Log=3) and upload the zipped log file. (Hopefully we get one.) Create a new issue on GitHub for this.