ZVR converter

Yesterday, a friend asked me to find him a ZVR sound file converter.
What's the problem? I asked...
Give me 5 minutes and i'll google it out.

Well, I was wrong, finding a decent converter isn't an easy task, it took me at least 7 minutes (kidding).

What's a ZVR file?
It's a dictation recorder output file, used by the korean SAFA company, their recording machine is used mainly to capture sound files using its microphone during class lessons or whenever one wants.

I just don't get it, why each company comes up with its own sound format?  grab a good and free existing audio format and stick to it!

The ZVR files are very small hence their low quality...
Anyway, a nice ZVR to WAV file converter was found.
It's an incredibly small file (140kb).


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Anonymous said…
thanks, Avi.
Cristi (Bucharest)
Chaiavi said…
My pleasure Christi.

Enjoy your music.

Roman said…
Hello. I saw this softwere on official SAFA webpage. Have you converter from WAV to ZVR?)I cant find this soft in russian internet, and English lang. I know very bad. Thanks)
Chaiavi said…
Sorry Roman,

I didn't find a MP3 -> ZVR converter.

I hope all of these players will record and play mp3 with no need to a new whackey format.
Roman said…
Is it hard - make new converter?
Chaiavi said…
Sorry mate,

Can't help you there.

Even the previous converter I didn't create - I just found it in the internet after a thorough search.

Good luck.
Radji Rahim said…

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