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Robrid

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I have a digital tape recorder that downloads to with files in dvf. I want to save the file as a wave or mp3...does anyone know how?
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Hi Robrid,

Yes it is podssible to convert audio files from dvf into mp3 or wav,
I would suggest that you run a search on the internet and you should find some good results.


Regards

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jmd8421r

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This program might do the conversion that you wish.

http://www.dbpoweramp.com/dmc.htm

I don't have files with the extension that you have but this does a lot.
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travisaurus

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The best program I have found to do that is Switch. It's pretty easy to find online and you can download it for free to try for a couple of weeks. After that you have to buy it. I am using a Sony ICD-SX25 and I hate that Sony didn't have the insight to make their recorder record files that normal humans can use.
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