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Except for the name extension, there is no difference between m4a andYou're right! Saving as bookmarkable saves as M4A instead of M4B.
I'd love to create M4B files, if possible.
m4b files... Regards,
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pusteblume08: Although this is not the answer you want, AudiobookBuilder is a cheap Mac program for creating audiobooks (less than $10). You can use this program in tandem with Amadeus.
So, in conclusion, you can use AP and AB in tandem to create a solution that should be as fast as anything else would be. Of course, that solution is somewhat less convenient and more expensive than if AP did everything, since you have to buy and use AB... but unless our host is going to add chapter functionality (which would be nice, to be sure, but I'm not complaining too much,) that's probably your best bet.
*Unless it's something weird AB can't read: it reads everything I've been interested in so far, including mp3, m4a/m4b, etc. but if it's something weird, I guess you have to pre-convert with AP or something.
PS: One thing I'd like to warn anyone reading this thread away from doing is buying the script JoinTogether, which has chapter-marking functionality in its registered version. That script only handles m4a input (so you've got to pre-convert if you have mp3's or ogg's or whatever,) fails through infinite loop very frequently for no apparent reason, has very poor pass-through functionality so that conversion takes forever even when it does work, and systematically fails to join files when the joined file is over two hours (almost every book I'm interested in is.) To me, it's criminal that such a poor product is offered for sale and advertised for use with audiobooks.