I have a Sony Digital Voice recorder that produces files in "DVF" format (Digital Voice File). THese files may then be "Converted" using the Sony software to WAV files or MSV files (Which I think are another Sony Format).
If I convert to WAV and then try to convert to say an MP3 file in Nero Ahead MP3 Pro, I get the message that the Windows Media Player microsoft licence will not allow such conversion. (WMA files into any other format).
So, I have ended up with a load of WAV files that are about 90 odd MB and I need to "Shrink" them - the question is "How"?
Any ideas welcome such as can I convert with Windows Media Player (Version 9) to something such as MP3 or similar that will allow playback on a "Normal" CD player?
Also, any file conversion software that would allow conversions in "Batches" as doing each one separately will take ages!!