Originally Posted by Cthulhu
.... For a standard downloaded file, I suppose that the only solution would be many smaller files. Otherwise, I do not know of a good technical way to mark placement in an audio file. Smaller files may mean a more cluttered folder, but more convenient searching and playing. So it is with paint, so it must be with audiobooks.
My first post here (congratulate me!
), so bearing that in mind...
I don't know how it did it, but my PhatNoiz car audio system automatically saves my place in a book from Audible. Not sure if that was because of being set up to handle Audible content, or something in the PhatNoiz operating system. But it's a big help!
Couldn't that be done with other downloadable audio? Or maybe only with Audible's stuff (which had it's own set of pesky problems)?