Audio book Formats, identification labels, etc... I do not know...

I downloaded a number of audio books from different places and have loaded a number of them in my rocket.  Now, I found some embarrassing and frustrating problems.

1. load and get the list under "Audiobooks" with the title of the book, where, during playback, I get:

Author

Title of the book

Chapter (name, number, etc.)

That's what I want and assume is how it should be stored and listed.

2 other get listed under 'Audio books', but 'Unknown', where if I opened the 'Unknown' book get a number of different titles with a mishmash of ads chapter, during playback, I get:

Author

Unknown

Chapter (name, number, etc.)

Not what I want as during playback I jump of a book to another according to the titles of chapters being similar and next in numerical order... Chapter all those game before chapter two... etc...

Any suggestions?  In one case, I have two books in a series from the same source, the same author, the title of various books.  One is like in the first example above and the other is stored as described in the second example.

I played a bit with the ID tags without success.

Although it shouldn't make a difference that I'm simply drag / drop in MSC mode.

Patrice

Diana wrote:

Markster,

Thanks for the comments.  In fact I forgot to mention that I use a Mac, so the only option I have for my audio books is drag ' decline in MSC. Do you not think that it will be a problem if I convert all my tags ID3 version 2.4?  As I have this capability with iTunes.

Thank you

Patrice

Not sure, Diana.  I think the "rocket" works very well with ID3v2.4 tags, but I have not experienced with that.  All what I can say is try it and see how it works for you.

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