Friday, July 13, 2018

Why should You Back up Audible Books?

Audible Audiobooks distributed by are DRMed AA/AAX files which can be only played on Audible itself, or on specific apps authorized by your Audible account. Even though you have purchased the Audible books, it doesn‘t mean they are totally owned by you. Due to the DRM protection, you only have the right to listen to the purchased book, but you can’t have the Audible books at your disposal. For example, first and foremost, AA and AAX are not the common audio format, like MP3. So it‘s very inconvenient to play Audible AA/AAX books on mainstream MP3 player or other music apps; Second, you can’t share your Audible books to your best friends directly or without any limitations; Third, if someday Audible website no long exist, so will your Audible books. Why not back up Audible books in case something bad or unexpected happened? In my opinion, it‘s very necessary to back up Audible books in order to take full control of your paid content.
How to Back up Audible Books?
The prerequisite of backing up Audible books is to get rid of the DRM protection. While the most useful to do that is Epubor Audible Converter which can decrypted AA/AAX books as well as convert AA/AAX to MP3 losslessly with the fastest speed. What's more, it's the cheapest Audible DRM Removal software that can get the best result comparing to other similar software. You can follow the below steps to back up Audible books.
Step 1, download Epubor Audible Converter to your computer.
Tips: The trial version software can allow you to download the first 3 minutes of the decrypted book. If you are a license user, you need to input the billing email or order number to register it first, then you will get the full content.
Step 2, drag and drop Audible books to the main window to convert AA/AAX to MP3.
If your Audible book is an AA file, then you will get a MP3 file after the successful decryption. Because AA file is actually an encrypted MP3 file. But if your Audible book is an AAX file, then you will get a M4B file after the successful decryption. Because AAX file is actually an encrypted M4B file. Next you need to click Convert to MP3 to get decrypted MP3 file.
Tips: Epubor Audible Converter can only accept AA/AAX format, so don‘t try to drag and drop the decrypted M4B file to Epubor Audible Converter. When converting AAX to MP3, all you need to is add the AAX to Epubor Audible Converter, then click Convert to MP3 after the successful decryption.
As you can see, it's so easy to remove DRM and convert AA/AAX to MP3 using Epubor Audible Converter to back up Audible books. Now you can make the full use of your converted Audible books.