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Audacity .... I click on export wav and it still turns it into a 32 bit .wav document. The whole point is that I need a 16 bit. Cheers, Ben

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Use Sound recorder that is included on Windows XP it gives the easiest conversion option for .WAV files.

Converting the File Properties
1. Left click Start, Programs, Accessories, Entertainment, Sound Recorder. If you
intend to do this procedure often it is recommended to drag the Sound Recorder shortcut
icon onto your Desktop for convenience.
2. In the Sound Recorder box click on File> Open
3. In the Look In field locate and select your file. Click Open.
4. The Sound Recorder box is back. Click File> Save As.
5. In the Save As box click Change…
There are all the options listed that you can change and the bit rate is one of the options.

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My Digital Wave player wont open up so I can access my recordings. Thanks.


If you can move the .wav file to the PC it should be able to play with all mediaplayers available (for example, Windows Media player). The .wav format is very well supported, but it takes a lot of disk space: a cd in .wav format is about 600 Mb for 1 hour of music. Speech might be smaller.

You can use CDEX or AUDACITY (both free) on the PC to convert the .wav file to .mp3 (which is much smaller).

What does the manual of your VN3100 say about connecting the device to the PC and copying the files? It could be as simple as drag and drop in My Computer if it gets a drive letter.

May 10, 2011 | Olympus VN-3100PC Digital Voice Recorder

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How do I change a 32 Bit to a 16 Bit?


Not only does the wav have to be 16 bit, it has to be PCM, 11.025
or 22.050 kHz, 16 Bit, Mono. I think it would be easiest just to play the audio from your sound recorder right into the microphone of your computer, since the Dragon software is especially made for listening on the microphone, Or hook up the audio out from the sound recorder to the Line-In jack of your computer using a male to male phono cable.
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Jul 18, 2008 | Olympus VN-3100PC Digital Voice Recorder

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RCA VR5220 recorder. VOC conversion to WAV corrupted


1. Go to http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com/downloads .

2. Download software (RCA Digital Voice Manager) for any specific model VR.

3. Choose platform (MAC, Windows, Linux)

4. Run software. Browse for file to fix. Right-click and convert to .WAV

5. Save file where you want. Its that simple.

Mar 04, 2010 | RCA Voice Recorders

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Olympus DW 90 VN series. I have been using the


get switch audio converter software from www.nch.com.au
works for us like a charm

Aug 30, 2009 | Olympus VN-4100PC Digital Voice Recorder

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Voice Recorder-Files to CD?


Please follow the below solutions to create either an audio CD-ROM of .wav files or back-up
.wav files to a CD-ROM.
Problem: .Wav files downloaded to PC computer from the DW-90, VN Series, and DSS Files
created with DS Series recorders cannot be copied to a rewritable CD-ROM using Windows
Media Player to create an audio CD-ROM.
Explanation: These digital voice recorders create .wav files at 8kHZ, 12kHZ, or 22kHz
depending on the Quality setting. Digital Wave player software is used to download Wav files to
a PC computer from the DW or VN Series of recorders. DSS Player is used to download DSS
files from the DS Series recorders and convert them to Wav files. If Windows Media Player is
then used to copy the files to a rewritable CD-ROM to create an audio CD-ROM, the files will
not copy properly or an error message may appear. Windows Media Player can only create an
audio CD-ROM if the .wav file is 44.1kHZ, 16 bit stereo.
Solution: Follow the procedure below to convert the .wav files to 44.1 kHZ, 16 bit stereo. Then
use Windows Media Player to copy the files to a rewritable CD-ROM.
1. Click Start, click All Programs, click Accessories, click Entertainment, and then click Sound Recorder.
2. On the File menu, click Open.
3. In the Open dialog box, specify the name of the audio file that you want to convert, and
then click OK. Files are usually located at C:\Program Files\Olympus\Digital Wave
Player\Message\Folder A.
4. On the File menu, click Save As.
In the Save As dialog box, click Change.
In the Attributes box, click 44.100 kHz, 16 Bit, Stereo, and then click OK.
Click Save. After you convert your files, try to copy them to a CD-ROM again.

Mar 21, 2009 | Olympus VN-4100PC Digital Voice Recorder

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Recording files to cd


make sure that you change the bit rate of the file to 16 bit cd audio, then you can write it

Nov 03, 2008 | Olympus VN-4100PC Digital Voice Recorder

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Olympus VN-2100PC exported files


The only way I have found to convert the files is to use Nero or ITunes. Those are the only two methods I've found to read the file. ITunes can both burn them to an audio cd and convert the file to mp3.

Sep 25, 2008 | Olympus VN-2100PC Digital Voice Recorder

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Dragon software


Forget about soundwave, I don't know if it saves 16 bit Wav or mp3.use Wavelab it is easier just open the files and do save as and chose format 16 bit. You can do the same with soundforge.
Whatever software you use , you use just (File button on top left)command open and save as or export, and when saving you set 16 bit wav. It is not to difficult.
Some of this software has many feature use solo basic file open save as or export

Jul 18, 2008 | Olympus VN-3100PC Digital Voice Recorder

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32 bit into a 16 bit recording???


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.

Jul 18, 2008 | Olympus VN-3100PC Digital Voice Recorder

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This is suppose to hold hours of recording time and mine only holds a few minutes. How do I increase the time?????


Two things to try: make sure you have a big enough memory card for the intended format and recording time. I suspect you are trying to use the 16MB Compact Flash card that came in the box. A 1GB card will record much longer than the battery life in the Microtrack 24/96, even when recording 24-bit stereo in WAV format. If you have a smaller card, and want long recording times, use an MP3 format. Using the MP3 encoder, monophonic recording, 128K bits/sec, 44.1K samples/sec, you should be able to record over 16hrs of audio on a 1GB memory card. Same card, WAV encoder, 44.1K samples/sec, stereo, 24-bit audio will produce only a little over one hour of recording time. With the 64MB card that came with the recorder, the most you can record using WAV encoding, 24-bit audio, 44.1K samples/sec, is a little less than 4 minutes. With 16-bit audio about 6 min, and with mono and 16-bit audio about 12 min. With WAV, 24-bit audio, mono recording yields 7:52.

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