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    Question Converting P900 Voice Recorder Files burn to Audio CD

    Hi guys,

    Seems the P900 records to a WAV file but when you try yo burn the files on the PC, it won't work. So far I'm just using Sound Forge to convert them to an MP3 and that will allow me to burn to CD. Is there a quicker way to do this? Or even a plugin? Windows Media Player or Nero won't read the P900's wav files to burn natively. Thanks!
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    Noone turns their recorded lectures and puts them onto audio CD to listen to in the car?

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    Originally posted by rovert
    Noone turns their recorded lectures and puts them onto audio CD to listen to in the car?
    i use RCA digital voice recorder RP5016. it has a USB cable and can accept MMC and SD cards

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    Converting Voice Files

    Hi, I use a Sony P300. To convert to files that play on a cd you must save the file as a 44.1 kHz wav file. 44 kHz is the standard for audio. Upload your file onto Digital Voice Editor, right click, and then save. Burning the file should work after that. I hope this helps you out.

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