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Re: Nero 7 - Wave editor Software
The file may be damaged or corrupted. this may be the case preventing the wave editor from opening the file.
You should convert this format by using anuy other software like soudforge or some other software that can do this. That is the only possible solution that I can suggest.
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use Nero Wave editior and use a simple walkman player with audio out jack....play the cassett in the walkman and use a simple audio leed to insert the leed jack in the audio in of the PC, while selecting the audio properties in the Nero Wave editor select "line in"
after the job is done save the wave file as mp3 or wav file and copy to a CD
Plug your turn table into your input sound card (line in on your sound card) Use a program like Nero Media Player, or any digital recording program ( Sound Blaster or Wave Studio) Tell it to save the file as mp3, that simple.
If you are an experienced Computer user and have a Wave Recording program such as Audacity [free] or Adobe Audition [$$$] you can do this:
1. Your record player must have a LINE OUT.....usually go from your stereo receiver [You can get turntables with internal Line outputs...this is what I have...via ebay]
2. Output from Receiver [turntable] must be the small [headphone like plug...used to be called Sony Plug...now it's the 3/32nd I believe....
3. plug this into the line in of the sound card....it's the arrow that points INTO the little hole. Now the sound card can read the signal.....but wait...!
4. You must enable the little box in the sound card properties called "Line IN"....put the check mark there.
5. How to get to the Properties? Bottom right of screen there should be a speaker ICON....double click that. Then go to File....Properties....record.....then look for the LINE IN....check it. If you don't see it. Then you have to ask someone in person to help you.
6. If you get it working. Great!
7 Now open a recording program and press record....then play the record. You should see a wave file going across the screen. Then save it as an MP3 file.
8. Advanced tip: if you record at a rate of 59594 instead of 44100 then you can play the 33 1/3 speed at 45 RPM and save about 30% time in recording from a record. Then convert back to 44100 and it will be normal speed. I do this on ALL my LP to MP3 recordings...
The above is for more advance type computer users.
The recordings simply reside on your pc, but not in the "Digital Wave Player" software. The software is merely there to let you play the recordings, probably because they are not in a native Windows format.
If the recordings are "Wave, .wav" files as suggested by the software, then simply locate the files you want to put on disc... I am guessing you want to burn on cd.
Then, use a burning program such as Nero to add these files and burn to disc.
If you don't have Nero, then you would need to figure out what type of burning software your machine has installed and go from there.
Olympus has provided new software for VN recorders to used with VISTA plus a few updates.
Uninstall the Digital Wave Player
Uninstall the recorder in device manager
Download and install the New digital wave player,
then go to Olympus america and download all VISTA related updates. Once you have installed and updated the Digital Wave Player software, plug in the recorder and Windows will use the Olympus Driver (not digitally signed) to install and the Digital Wave player software will open automatically.
You can, but with the w375's tiny memory (500kb, that's right half a MB!) you need to be clever & make an edited, compressed mp3 to drag & drop into the sounds folder.
So, you'll need a sound editor. If you have Nero, you already have one, it's called Nero Wave Editor. Soundforge & Audacity (which is free) will also do the job for you. Open up your chosen mp3 in the sound editor & cut the file down to the best 20-30 second snippet. It's a ringtone so you won't need the whole song. When you have your edited snippet, normalise it in the sound editor & save it as a 40kbps MONO mp3. There's no point in making the bitrate any higher as you won't hear the difference on your phone's speaker with most types of music. The file you have just created will be 100-150kb & should fit onto your phone's tiny memory without any problems (so long as the phone isn't already full of photos or other files).
If you need help connecting your phone to your computer via USB check the other questions or just shout!