Question about HP iPAQ RX3115 Pocket PC
There are two ways to record a note. First, one can press the record button on the side of the iPAQ or start Notes and simply hit the "record" red dot - either way produces a wav file which can be played back on the iPAQ or any other wav player. The second way is to start Notes, then click New, then click the "record" red dot. This method produces an audio object within a note. It can be copied to a desktop PC and opened with WinWord. But, I can't figure out how to get that embedded audio object saved on my PC as a wav file. I have some that were recorded this way and I sure do need to play them as wavs. Is there a procedure that will convert them?
Posted by Anonymous on
This was a fun project. Here's how I did it. You'll need to download a freeware audio editor named Audacity. I did this on a Mac, but it's cross-platform, and I'm assuming the menus are the same for Windows. http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ Then. (1) Copy .pwi (Note) file to PC (2) Open Audacity (3) Get the Note audio into Audacity by: Project menu Import as raw data (4) Select all of the audio by clicking below its file name at left of the graphic of the file (5) Click on dropdown menu (arrow next to file name) Set Rate to 11025 Hz (6) Convert to WAV by: File menu Export as wav
Posted on Sep 14, 2005
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