[nabs] RFB&D question
tyler at tysdomain.com
Mon Sep 12 21:01:29 EDT 2011
They don't label them in order for a reason, and that is basically to
keep everyone who doesn't have a RFBD capable player or something
similar from just using them. I think the numbering is stored as
metadata in a separate file, though I've not dug into it to be sure.
Either way, you'll need to do one of three things.
First, you'll have to get your cd player, which requires you burn cds
for the books, hwich can get kind of annoying.
Second, you'll need to call your local talking book library and ask for
the advanced electronic recorder; that will let you play books on it,
and you can just store them on a USB key.
Third, you can get software from RFBD (I believe), that will let you
play the books.
On 9/12/2011 6:50 PM, NABS SecondVP wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I got my books from RFB&D (I've always been a bit resistant to
> change, and find that holds true in terms of the organizations name)
> today in the mail. In undergrad, I very seldom used RFB&D, as I was an
> English/Education major so found most of my materials on Bookshare. I
> was not so lucky for my first semester of graduate school; not that
> recorded books are bad at all, they're just not at all my preference.
> Anyway, I misplaced my CD player from RFB&D and tried just playing the
> book on my Mac. It works fine, but I find that the sections are not
> numbered chronogically in the CD display list, and that some are
> missing. Is there a way to fix this, or is it about time I completely
> unpacked from graduating in May 2010 and located that CD player so I
> could have access to all of my book?
> Thanks for the help,
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