Macsome Audiobook Converter V2.1.0 has been released

 

Good news for Mac OS X users. Macsome Inc. has released the new Version V2.1.0 of Macsome Audiobook Converter on Mar 16, 2015, which supports a new user interface.

The screenshot of the new version is more compact and easy-to-use, and all the options can be found directly.

Interface of Audio Book Converter

Click “Add Audiobook”, you can add any Audiobooks from iTunes Audio Book library.

Click “Profile”, you can set the output file format, and the related parameters as you like including Bitrate, Sample rate, channels.

Click “Split”, you can set the the splitting oprions by duration time, segments or chapters.

Click “History”, you can find the converted audio files and open the output folder quickly and directly.

Whether you want to convert your Audiobooks to MP3, AAC, WMA, WAV and so on, or convert AA to MP3, convert AAX to MP3 and remove DRM from protected Audiobooks, Macsome Audiobook Converter can solve your problems quite well.

System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.7, 8, 9, 10.

Macsome Audiobook is so userful and amazing, why not download it and take a try.

http://www.macsome.com/audio-book-converter-mac/index.html

About Macsome

Macsome Inc. is a software development company which established in 2008 with expertise and experience in converting audio books and iTunes music, transferring iPod files and recording audio. It develops products such as Macsome Audio Book Converter, iPod File Transfer, iTunes Music Converter, Audio Recorder and so on for personal computers and mobile devices. All of Macsome products have an easy-to-use interface.

Visit here http://www.macsome.com/index.html to know more about Macsome Inc.

Contact Info:

Name: Leo Fan

Address: No. 62, Jiao Da Dong Lu, Haidian, Beijing, China

Phone: 86-10-62234491

Email: market@macsome.com

Website: http://www.macsome.com

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