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Hopefully someone can help me solve this problem, as the Evernote support team has been trying for 5 days. I'm unable to play .wav files within the notes on my windows client (126.96.36.19998). I'm running windows vista. On my Android phone I record a speech to text note and it translates it fine. Evernote then saves the audio as a .wav file on the phone, which then syncs to my windows clients. I attempt to play the file within the note on my windows laptop and Evernote locks the note up. I'm able to jump to another note, create new notes, edit notes, but any note with an audio attachment I can't play until I totally quit Evernote and get back into it. I'm able to play the .wav file on my Android phone with no issues. I've noticed regular audio notes without speech to text are saved as .amr files. Speech to text files are saved as .wav files. My default media player is VLC on my home laptop. When I drag the .amr audio note to my desktop, VLC plays it fine. When I drag the .wav file to my desktop VLC plays it correctly. When I right click on the .wav file and say play with Windows Media Player (from my desktop), it throws up an error and says it can't play the file because it doesn't have the correct codec, so I went down the codec route. I installed the K-lite codec pack thinking that would have the correct codec, with no luck. I've uninstalled and re-installed Windows media player, checked for windows updates with the same issue. I also have Evernote installed on my work computer (WinXP with 188.8.131.5298), which doesn't have VLC installed. I see the same behavior on my work laptop, as the .wav file is unplayable and locks up Evernote until I restart my whole computer (even worse!!). After dragging the audio .wav file to my desktop rears the same error in windows media player as an "incorrect codec". Any help would be much appreciated. I love Evernote and this is the only issue I've had in the past 3 years as a premium subscriber.
I just moved to iOS7 on my phone and I have noticed the new Evernote client saves audio in a much larger m4a file. I am wondering if there is any way around this to go back to the old wav files. The new files are roughly 40kb/s so around 2.4MB/minute which is just killer, both for my upload quota and device storage. The old wav was only around 10kb/s or less with a level of quality completely appropriate for recording voice. As of now this issue completely breaks my usage model for Evernote. I am wondering if there is a way around this and if a choice can be offered in the future. Prior to posting this I was looking trough some other threads on the topic and it seems like some people were clamoring for higher quality recording as musicians who wanted to jot down musical ideas. Why can't the recording quality be presented as a choice?
I don't believe that Voice2Note is recognizing the .m4a audio attachments on notes done on the iPhone (iOS 7.0.4). My process open a new note in my "default" notebookclick add attachmentselect audiorecord my audiostop recordinglet the note syncverify that it has synced and is playable (done from my MacBook)However, if I do the same process from my MacBook, the Voice2Note service does work. The audio file type is different though, it is a .wav file.
Hi there, I'm a new Evernote user, and was quite intrigued by the "Dictation Note" option. After dictating some commentary to a book chapter I was reading, Evernote synced itself to the online server. I was amazed by the proficiency of the text recognition, and excited by the prospect of all of the applications I could see for this! And then, I noticed that an audio file (WAV as opposed to AMR) was saved along with the note, and this used up a good portion of my 60MB. This made me wonder if there was a setting which would allow for dictation, and speech-to-text within Evernote, without needing to save the audio file. If I had wanted to save the audio file, I would have made an "Audio Note". Has anyone else encountered this? Is there a simple way to fix this that I've overlooked? Thanks for any help.