How to convert Audiobook .AAX to .MP3 format
This is a simple guide that shows you how to convert protected Audiobook AAX files to common MP3 files so you can play the MP3 files on iPod and other media players.
Audible.com is an World-wide-web company of spoken audio entertainment, information, and educational programming. They have the biggest offering of AA/AAX digital audio books. However, the AA/AAX audio books are protected with Audile's Digital Right Management (DRM), which blocks users from distributing the audiobooks and also playing them to other media players like iPod.
How if I prefer to play the Audiobook files with my MP3 media players such as iPod, Zune or mobile phone?
Well, what you need to do is to get rid of Audible DRM protection and convert AAX to MP3. To get this done, you just need a software program called Aimersoft DRM Converter. It's an all-in-one DRM removal tool. With it, you can fast remove DRM from AA/AAX audiobook and convert AA/AAX to MP3 with high output quality. Moreover, it can also remove DRM from media files that you bought from iTunes Store, Zune MarketPlace, Rhapsody and other online music store.
Now download it and follow the guide as below to convert DRM protected Audible to MP3.
Step 1. Add files
Start this software and directly dragging and dropping the audio files to the software, or you can click the top-left "Add" button to decide on the files on your computer. Batch conversion is supported which means you can import many files at the same time.
Step 2. Select output format
Now, select "MP3" as the output format from "Audio files to". You may also go to "Settings" options a personalized output audio parameters like the bit rate.
Step 3: Start DRM converting
Click on the big round "Start" button to begin converting AAX to MP3 format.
That's it! We now have completed the process of converting .aax to .mp3 and you can open the output folder by clicking "Find target" button. You can see all files have converted into .mp3 file format. You can now play those .mp3 files with iPod and other media devices.