Question about Olympus WS-300M Digital Voice Recorder
With a normal dictation machine you can rewind a tad, listen and if you want to overrecord a bit you can just start recording from where you want. We can't figure out how to do this with the digital recorder and someone has said you can. Any ideas/suggestions gratefully received.
You can rewind a tad and listen, but you can't overrecord, because a digital recorder writes audio information into a data file and saves it. you just can play it back again and record a new file. if you want to cut off a part of your recording, you have to edit the file in an audio editor. - as the olympus stores wma-files, you'll have to convert them into wav format first to edit them. i tried the 'switch' software successfully.
Posted on Oct 15, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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