Mp3 and wav files are not recognized on PC from Razr Maxx

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I have recorded mp3 files using Hi-Q recorder on a Razr Maxx and found that the recorded and transferred file to PC can't be recognized by neither Windows Media Player nor iTunes. Did I do anything wrong during recording or is there any specific format that supports both my mobile and PC?

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Mp3 and wav files are not recognized on PC from Razr Maxx

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Hello Wood Rebeca,

You could solve your problem by trying to play the recordings using a different media player. This is because windows media player does not support a wide range of file extensions and codecs. Such media players include VLC (www.videolan.org/vlc/download-windows.html), SPlayer (http://splayer.en.softonic.com/download). VLC media player and splayer are both free to download yet they are very effective.

If the above method fails then you can consider using an audio converter. A range of them are available for download in the internet. I have tried using quite a number, but the once that served me best are Total video converter (http://www.effectmatrix.com/download.htm), Bigasoft (http://www.bigasoft.com/downloads/b-total-video-converter.exe) and freemake video converter (http://download.freemake.com/VideoConverter/Online/4.0.2.12/FreemakeVideoConverterSetup.exe). Bigasoft and total video converter are both commercial versions but  their trial versions are also available. Freemake video converter is absolutely free and very effective and such i would suggest you use it.

Once you open freemake video converter just select the mp3 file you want to convert and then select the 'convert to mp3' option and you are done. Click 'convert'.

Good luck and should you encounter any problems, just post.

 

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