How to Convert AA/ AAX audiobooks to MP3 on Mac

Generally the audiobooks purchased from iTunes Store are in AA/ AAX format with Audile’s own Digital Right Management (DRM), which prevents owners from disseminating the audiobooks as well as playing the AA/ AAX files on non-Audible Ready compatible players like Creative Zen, Zune, PSP, Sony Walkman, Blackberry, etc. If you want to listen to Audible AA files on any popular portable media player, you need to do is to remove Audible DRM protection and convert AA/ AAX to MP3.

As an all-in-one audio DRM removal, AA converter and audio splitter, Macsome Audiobook Converter can deal with it. With Macsome Audiobook Converter, you can remove DRM from protected Audiobooks and convert AA/ AAX to MP3 with high output quality. Besides, it can also split audiobooks by the duration, the number of segments or chapters. Following the guide below, it is simple to convert AA/ AAX audiobooks to MP3.

Step 1: Select AA/ AAX Audiobooks

Start Macsome Audiobook Converter and the audiobooks files are auto loaded from the iTunes Books library on the list.

Select and check on the AA/ AAX Audiobooks.

Step 2: Set the profile

Click Profile button and select Customized MP3 as the output format in the drop-down list.

Step 3: Start the conversion

Click Convert button to start AA to MP3 audiobooks conversion with the default output path.

After the conversion, you can get the audiobooks without the DRM protection, and even directly transfer the converted MP3 files to portable devices.

Macsome Audiobook Converter can support dragging AA/ AAX audiobooks from your disc or other location to the list with selected. In addition, if you want to split the big audiobooks, just set the splitting method according to your demand. You can also keep the chapters of audiobooks.

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