How to Download Audible Books to USB

Posted by Adam Gorden on Feb 16, 2020 3:53 PM

save audible books to usb

We download files to USB is mostly for the convenience to carry the files with us. If you go travel or have a business trip, bringing the USB can help you bring the files anywhere. Another purpose is to save your files offline. Except business documents, these files can also be multimedia files, such as videos, songs, or audiobooks. However, you may know that many multimedia files are protected by DRM, which means Digital Right Management.

If you are a subscriber to Audible, you will get 2 books each month and they are all encrypted in DRM protected technology. So the problem is, it would be meaningless if your Audible audiobooks are not playable outside the Audible app, even if you download them to your USB. Essentially, you need to make sure they are available on any of your device.

And the solution we are going to provide is TunesKit Audible Converter, which is a professional converter for converting Audible books to common format. By "convert", I mean remove the protection on the audiobooks and change them to a more acceptable format. We will break down the steps in the next paragraph. Stay tuned!

audible converter

TunesKit Audible Audiobook Converter Key Features

  • Losslessly remove DRM from Audible without account authorization
  • Convert Audible audiobooks to common formats at 100× faster speed
  • Freely customize lots of parameters of output audiobooks
  • Split audiobooks into small segments by time frame or by chapters
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How to Save Audible Audiobook to USB

Step 1 Download and Import Audible Books to TunesKit

add audible aax files

Download Audible books you want to save to USB beforehand. Install and launch TunesKit Audible Converter on your computer. Both PC and Mac free version are available on the official website. Now you can see the main interface of TunesKit, and you can begin to add audiobooks to the converter or directly drag and drop them to the main interface. TunesKit also support converting batch of audiobook files once.

Step 2Change Output Settings

set audiobook output formats as mp3

After the audiobook is loaded sucessfully, you can open the Format Panel and change the output settings according to your needs. The default output format is a lossless format, which will generate a DRM-free audiobook files without touching the original audio tracks at all. You can also change the output format to MP3, which is a relatively common format to all kinds of devices. Except for the format, you also can customize the audio codec, channel, sample rate and bit rate in this panel. The button "Effect" on the interface can help you adjust the volume, speed and pitch of the audiobooks. The "Edit" button to is where you can choose to split your audiobooks or to edit the tag of audiobooks.

Step 3 Convert AA and AAX to Common Format

converted mp3 audiobooks

When you finish step 2, simply hit on the "Convert" button and the converter will do its job, converting Audible audiobooks from AA and AAX files to the format you choose without protection anymore. When the job is done, you can click the button "Converted" to find your converted files.

Step 4 Transfer Converted Audible Books to USB

After you locate all the converted Audible books, you can begin to plug in the USB and copy the Audible audiobooks to the USB flash drive. Before the copy and paste, you can test if the converted audiobooks can be played on random media player.

The Bottom Line

Once you get a bigger collection of Audible books, storing them on your computer can save your phone storage but it takes risk. Why say so? Think about the computer crash or computer virus and you will get it. So let's back them up to USB can save yourself from lose your Audible books.

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