- Free and Open Source software.
- Converts Audible proprietary .aax files to plain .mp3 or .m4a/.m4b.
- Also offers basic support for older .aa files.
- Windows application, with all the classic features of the Windows eco-system.
- Requires activated Audible Manager/App or personal activation code.
- Processing Modes:
- One output file per input file.
- Multiple output files per input file, divided by chapter.
- Multiple output files per input file, divided by chapter and further split into shorter tracks of roughly equal length.
- Multiple output files per input file, split into shorter tracks of roughly equal length, ignoring chapters.
- Creates additional playlist if more than one output file is created per book.
- Handles books with multiple parts.
- Manages and preserves all meta-tag information.
- Supports named chapters, for .aax files downloaded with the Audible App.
- Can adjust inaccurate chapter marks.
- Allows customization of output naming: files, folders and tags.
- Delegates all audio processing to powerful FFmpeg, including DRM handling.
- High performance: Utilizes all available processor cores to run conversion work in parallel.
- Optionally copies original .aax file to a new location after the conversion, with a customizable name.
- Automatically launches default media player after conversion has completed.
- Log facility, optional, to record program activity, activated with program argument.
- Online update function: Will automatically scan the website for a new version, download and install it.
- .Net Framework application, written in C# with Windows Forms, the Task Parallel Library and other goodies from language and framework.
- Incorporating a number of snippets from the Open Source community.