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I've been trying to get Express Scribe to run a <.WMA> file & it won't (the file is a recording from a digital voice recorder). The duration time reads 00:00. I'm working with a MacBook & 10.4.9. My EScribe recognises <.mp3> files & my wife's PowerBook G3 running 10.3.9 using EScribe runs the <.WMA> file that I can't.

 

 

I've had no joy with the EScribe's "help" or their website. I've even trawled through these posts trying any of the suggestions for problems that seem like mine...so far without luck.

 

 

Any suggestions?

 

J

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I've been trying to get Express Scribe to run a <.WMA> file & it won't (the file is a recording from a digital voice recorder). The duration time reads 00:00. I'm working with a MacBook & 10.4.9. My EScribe recognises <.mp3> files & my wife's PowerBook G3 running 10.3.9 using EScribe runs the <.WMA> file that I can't.

 

 

I've had no joy with the EScribe's "help" or their website. I've even trawled through these posts trying any of the suggestions for problems that seem like mine...so far without luck.

 

 

Any suggestions?

 

J

 

 

J,

 

I have the EXACT same problem. And I think I've got the solution. I just got a reply from NCH Support. They referred me to a plug-in called flip4mac. http://nch.com.au/components/mac I downloaded and installed. Then I dragged the file right into the ExpressScribe window and it played! Hope it works for you.

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