Audible stores audio books in the AAX file format. It is the improved version of the AA file format. Since it allows for the display of visuals, AAX is a well-liked audio book file extension for more visually rich publications, such as children’s novels. When the audio book starts playing, images are immediately shown in the player.
In addition to the normal audio data, bookmark, and chapter information, AAX files can also contain graphics and other elements like links. Because of this, it is a highly well-liked expansion, especially for children’s literature. Bitrates between 32 and 128 kbit/s are supported by AAX files. Due to the AAC encoding, the audio data has exceptionally excellent audio quality. AAX files can only be played with a premium Audible.com account because they are highly secured. It is practically impossible to play the files on any player other than Apple iTunes, the iPod, or the Amazon Kindle 2 because they almost always include DRM protection.
list of programs that can open AAX documents:
- Apple iTunes (Windows & Mac)