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32 bit into a 16 bit recording???

I have recorded loads of work onto this dictator and it is in a 32 bit format - (so I am informed when clicking on the properties of it).I am using it with the Dragon NaturallySpeaking voice to text software and to test my voice, it needs it in a 16 bit format.... PLEASE HELP! ???

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Try NCH Software's Switch freeware program. You can tell it to convert from one bit format to another even with WAV files (it will call them PCM, but Dragon recognizes them as WAV files). It is also the best batch WAV to MP3 converter I have found. I always download from the company's own site as other sites can attach viruses.

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