These are instructions for moving an MP3 audiobook from a Windows or Mac computer for an Apple iPhone, iPod, or iPad. Once you have checked out and downloaded your MP3 audiobook to the OverDrive Media Console for Windows or for Mac (full handout) you are ready to transfer the audio book to your Apple device. In the event that you don’t sync your iOS device to a computer already, you’ll need to install iTunes and authorize it with your same iTunes ID and password as used to buy items on your Apple device.
MP3 audiobooks do not have metadata to show they are an audiobook; your ipod device shall only identify these titles as music. This can be frustrating! Changing the documents from music to audiobook is effective and quick. View these instructions with more instructions and images on the MP3 Audiobooks for Macs handout. Plug in the iPod to the computer.
Wait for iTunes to recognize the iPod. Give it a few minutes to sync and backup. Click on Music on the left sidebar of iTunes. Search Music folder for the audiobook. Unless you see a search box, place your mouse in the upper-right part. Locate the MP3 audiobook parts.
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