How to Remove DRM from Audible AA/AAX Audiobook

Audible, a subsidiary of Amazon, is an Internet provider of spoken audio entertainment, information, and educational programming, and now enjoys a near-monopoly in the online digital download market for audiobooks. But generally Audio books purchased from Audible are in .aa format with Audile's own Digital Right Management (DRM), which prevents owners from disseminating the audiobooks as well as playing the AA files on non-Audible Ready compatible players like Creative Zen, Zune, PSP, Sony Walkman, Blackberry, etc. If you want to listen to Audible AA files on any popular portable media player, you need to do is to remove Audible DRM protection and convert AAX to MP3.

Best Solution to Remove DRM from Audible AA/AAX Audiobook - Aimersoft DRM Media Converter

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Aimersoft DRM Converter, an all-in-one video and audio DRM removal and AAX converter. With it, you can strip DRM from AA/AAX audiobook and convert AA/AAX to MP3 with high output quality. Besides, it can also strip DRM license from iTunes, Zune MarketPlace, Rhapsody, Spiralfrog, MusicGiants, eMusic, Puretracks and more. After the conversion, you can even directly transfer the converted MP3 files to portable devices. Now download it and follow the guide below to convert DRM-ed Audible to MP3.

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Step 1. Add Files to the Music Converter

Launch this audible converter and directly drag-drop the target music files to the conversion window, or you can click the top-left "Add" button to select and import the target files. Batch conversion is supported so you can add many files at a time.

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Step 2. Choose Output Format and Start the Conversion

Then choose MP3 as the output format from Audio Files to. You can also click Settings to customize the output audio parameters such as the bit rate. When all is OK, click the Start button at the lower-right on the main window to start removing DRM from Audible and convert AAX to MP3.

Video tutorial on how to remove DRM from Audible AAX Audiobook:

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Audible is a subsidiary company of the internet marketing giant It is also the frontrunner among the providers of information in the form of digital spoken audio and internet entertainment. It is credited with providing unique ways to its customer's everyday to enrich the lives of its customers.

Here is what Audible has in store for its customers:

The audio content can be downloaded digitally and heard over as many as 500 popular devices. It is the finest provider of spoken word projects for the all famous Apple iTunes store. The library of Audible is full of radio shows, speeches, comedy, interviews, poetry and any other spoken content that you can think of.

Audible also has a number of free audio books for you to download and listen at your own leisure. These downloads are all legal and there is no copyright infringement. Most of these files are in MP3 format that can be played on an Mp3 player, phone or a PC. It offers a 30 days free trial which gives you a window large enough to download a number of books of your liking for free.

To ensure that Audible files run well on iPod, it is recommended that you use either J. River Media Centre, iTunes or a combination of Music Match and Audible Manager. Anything other than this will cause problems.

While I mocked the concept of making a recording of the playback, not long after posting this, I found iSound Recorder and since buying that program, I have used that same method of playing the file in Audible and recording the system output to strip the DRM on over 200 audiobooks. I'd rather have a way to directly strip the DRM from those .aax files, but recording the playback has worked just fine for me.
Preserving chapter information and ID3 tags? I think not... but is it worth $35?
I'm also getting "Authorization Error" when trying to convert .aa files to mp3. I have a registered, licensed copy of Aimersoft Music Converter, version 1.4.3. I can play the .aa files in both Audible Manager and in Windows Media Player. When I check for updates on WMP, it tells me that it's up to date -- it's version 12.0.7601.18840. What's next to try?
I couldn''t get it to work. It seemed to think I had to have iTunes installed to do the conversion. Fortunately it was the evaluation copy. Sadly, I''ll have to look elsewhere. Thanks though.
Do Not Buy This product. It does nothing but play the AAX file and record it in real time. So if you have a 45 hour audio book it takes 45 hours to record it. Useless fraud.
Very disappointing. If there was a way to get a refund, I would. The reason the trial version only converts 1 minute as a sample is, if it were any longer you would realize this product only converts in real time. I have an 8 hour audio book I am converting.... Worse still, the PCs audio stream is hijacked, so I have no audio for 8 hours while this is running.
Perfect! Thumbs up to you.
Same here -.- Was looking for an easy way that doesn''t not require iTunes to get rid of the annoying DRM in audible files. If I''ve to install iTunes I can as well "burn" it on a virtual CD and rip it as mp3 from there... no need this software.
Is iTune required for this to work. I''ve been using Audible''s player and don''t want iTunes on my computer.
could it convert amazon prime music
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