Follow these simple steps to learn how i Tunes can join multiple audio files together to create an audiobook with chapters: You can find the audiobook i Tunes created from the Books section at the top left side of the program.In there, choose the Audiobooks submenu at the left.
Additionally, if you want to setup an automatic way of regularly backing up your library, you could always schedule a backup using your operating system's built-in tool -- or even use a third-party program for synchronizing your media files to an external storage solution.
It may come as a surprise, but the media files that make up your i Tunes library may not all be in the same folder.
Before you actually move anything, start by verifying or setting up i Tunes to manage your Music or Media folder.
Now that we've set up i Tunes to manage the i Tunes Media folder (see the previous page), it's time to create a new location for the library, and then move the existing library to its new home.
If you've got a series of recordings or ripped tracks from a CD-based audiobook that you want to splice together into an audiobook (similar to the M4B format), i Tunes provides the means to do it.