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Paulina Zelitsky

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Sat, Jan 23, 2016 - 09:21 AM

Formatting the audiobook files for uploading

Should the Opening credits be uploaded as a separate very short mp3 file (few seconds long) or should they be included into the first Introduction mp3 file of the audiobook?

Should the Closing credits to be uploaded as a separate mp3 file at the end of audiobook or the Closing credits could be included at the end of last mp3 file of audiobook.

If the Introduction mp3 file is less than 30 min long could it be uploaded together with the First Chapter in the same first mp3 file of the book on condition that this first mp3 file is shorter than 2 hours? The same question is about possibility of joining two shorter chapters into one mp3 file on the conditions that resulting mp3 file is not longer than 2 hours?

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Print Tue, Jan 26, 2016 - 08:27 AM
The opening and closing credits should always be in separate files, and should be the first and last file, respectively. It is better to keep each chapter in it's own file. The "no longer than 2 hours, no shorter than 30 minutes" guideline that you are referring to is for books that are not separated by chapters. Audible wants each chapter in it's own file.

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