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I would like to convert audio books that I OWN to mp3 files

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I'm sorry, I think I must have wrote my question incorrectly in my previous topic (and my topic was closed due to that).

I buy audiobooks all the time and then I donate them to the library when I'm done. I wanted to know if I purchase them can I convert them to MP3 files before donating them. I own like 20 right now and it will take me months to listen to them. I'd like to convert them now and then donate them to the library and listen to the MP3's at my leisure.

Sorry for the confusion. I have never copied audio books rented from the library and I normally buy them from Goodwill and then donate them to the library so they can sell them to help with their needs. I hope this is more clear and I apologize for the misscommunication.

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    Kraków my love :)

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Please, don't double post: http://www.geekstogo...le-t237588.html
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