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). Download ZVR sound file converter Enjoy, Avi.
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