Creates a file but no playback, nothing on vue meter
I use the simplest recording for interviews...I've always just pushed record and I get beautiful mp3 files. Today I didn't check the meter, just pushed record, saw the red light and let people talk. When I tried to play the files back, no sound, nothing on the meter. The file menu says I have files and that they have a "size" and length. Is something there? Now I try to record myself, same thing. Nothing on vue meter, no playback. Help. This is a relatively new and important tool!
Re: creates a file but no playback, nothing on vue meter
Go to the music store where you bought this thing, or go to any music store that sells this product, and ask the young boy (I guess it'll be a young boy) to help you out with this. Difficult to now what's the problem without messing up with the buttons.
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Did any of the files ever playback with sound? You can record sounds, but that doesn't mean the recorder is picking them up. A bad connection, level control setting could be wrong.
Try to do another short recording. If you are using a microphone pull the jack out during recording and put it back in again. Then listen to the recording. If there is sound when the microphone is in and it goes when it is out, then there is a possibility that somehow you recorded the other stuff with no connection and that's why there is no sound. If there is no sound on the new recording at all, then you might have a faulty playback amplifier inside the device.
It seems like you've downloaded the wrong files... As mentioned at Sony's FAQ: MSGLIST.MSF is a file that contains information such as the order of
folders, playback order of audio files and recording date and time.
If user connects the recorder to the computer, the MSGLIST.MSF files are
displayed but do not delete or change these files. If these files are
operated, the saved files may be broken or the recorder may not work
The right way to copy your recordings is explained here...
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I did not interrupt my recording. I stopped recording, turned off the recorder, unplugged all the mics, turned on the recorder, listened to the first 10 seconds of the recorded track, turned off the recorder, plugged it into my mac, turned it on in USB mode, attempted to transfer the track file, and the track size is "zero kb." I ejected the recorder, turned it off and back on, and now the track says "err format" and skips to the next track.
This seems like a unique problem, as any "data recovery" software will search for deleted files instead of corrupted files. And even if the file is corrupted I have software that can read the raw wav data. However, the filesize is incorrect and obviously doesn't contain any wav data. Shouldn't it be the actual file size? How can I fix this???
if the power is interupted or improperly unplugged from the computer, the files may be corrupted... try to play the files and while playing move them to another folder... this may get your files back... else you will need to clear the recorder by pressing stop and erase at the same time for about 3 seconds.
The folder lock can oly be solved by chosing the option "format" in the sub-menu. But please copy the *.dss - files still resting at your card at your harddisk first. When the recorder finishes the format procedure, all folders will be unlocked again.
The "Read-Only-Failure" will occur again at recorders with differend user profiles, when you put the switched-off recorder into the docking station first and switch the power button to "on". So avoid this constellation!