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Author:  hendel [ Wed Apr 21, 2010 10:52 am ]
Post subject:  Suggestion: Queue

Dear Audiobook dev,

I am extremely fond of your application, I could not have started my "audio-book-life" without it. I am willing to put the time for creating all my audiobooks into it, but a few add-ons for the software could make my (and possibly other users' also) life so much easier.

Add a "queue-step" to the process. This way, a user could create i.e. 25 project files and add all the files for the book and enter all information. All these projects then enter the queue. The user can then press "End session", and AudioBook builder will begin building the audiobooks one after one. This should be relatively simple to add, as it requires no simultaneous processing code. Only a queue system.

- However, on top of that... Why not either optimize the application for multiple cores, or let each core available handle a project in the queue.

Thank you for listening!

PS. Growl support would be a WONDERFUL addition (especially when there is no queue system present). It should be a minor task to add.

(again, thanks)

Author:  joeblowinski [ Wed Jun 09, 2010 10:55 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Suggestion: Queue

I too would love to see these suggestions implemented. I've amassed thousands of mp3 audiobooks and am slowly converting to m4b with Audiobook Builder. A queue would be great. I could then process books as I sleep. If such abilities appeared in version 2.0, I would immediately reach for my wallet all over again.

JoeBlowinski

Author:  Deepwinter [ Wed Aug 25, 2010 8:06 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Suggestion: Queue

I would also love this feature,

Author:  Eyegrieve [ Fri Feb 25, 2011 10:15 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Suggestion: Queue

I agree. A queue would really be a great addition. Thanks for the great work!

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