1. DBZo07's Avatar
    Finally, found a good recorder which flawlessly records my long lectures and easy transfer to pc. App name : yovisoft recorder.

    But size of the recording is huge, 300mb for 2.30 hours lectures. And it gets too heavy on my sd card.

    I tried audicity software to convert the wav to mp3 which gave me 200 mb mp3 file. Still huge, isn't it.

    Than I directly copied wav to my lumia via mtp. As soon as i copied it prompted to convert. I selected yes, it gave 14mb file but it very dull quality.

    I don't have deep knowledge of sounds/frequency/bitrates, please gave me best way of good quality and low in size (up to 25~50mb) way to convert. I have 16gb sd card.

    Quick questions
    1. Which is best audio format for hearing recorded lectures.

    2. Which bitrates-frequency will be ideal for recorded lectures.

    3. Any direct software on pc, dedicated for such jobs?
    01-12-2014 12:35 AM
  2. Elephant2000's Avatar
    01-12-2014 12:53 AM
  3. bozza72's Avatar
    goldwav is good & easy to use. its also free if your just using it to convert files but it will also let you do some editing

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    01-12-2014 01:01 AM

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