Knowledgebase: Playback
Large m4b audiobooks cannot play
Updated by Russell Samuels on 17 September 2010 09:37 AM
By default, MediaMonkey relies on Quicktime to play m4a / m4b / AAC files.
Unfortunately, Quicktime has a bug that prevents playback of very large
(~500MB) audiofiles, which prevents MediaMonkey from playing such files.

The workaround to this problem is to purchase the MediaMonkey AAC / M4A
encoder addon--it uses an alternate codec that does not have that bug.

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