Trouble converting mic recordings on MZ-NH700 to PC WAV files.
Posted 11 March 2012 - 09:32 AM
All I'd like to do, is record audio via the mic input on my MZ-NH700, and then find a way of getting that onto my PC in either WAV or MP3 format.
I've been reading post after post on here, but it looks like that's an almost impossible task?
I've just installed this version of SonicStage:
SonicStage : 4.3.01.14050
SonicStage Add-on for Personal Audio Download : 4.3.01.14050
OpenMG Secure Module : 4.7.00.12140
MagicGate Memory Stick Device : 4.7.00.12140
NW-E2, NW-E3, NW-E5 and NW-E8P : 4.7.00.12140
OpenMG CD : 4.7.00.12140
M.S. PRO : 4.7.00.12140
CD Walkman : 4.7.00.12140
ATRAC Audio Device with Intelligent function : 4.7.00.12140
Hi-MD : 4.7.00.12140
Music Clip, NW-S4, NW-E7 and NW-E10 : 4.7.00.12140
ATRAC Audio Device : 4.7.00.12140
Net MD : 4.7.00.12140
EMD Plug-in: 4.3.01.14020
CD-R Writing Module(Audio CD/ATRAC CD/MP3 CD) : 4.3.01.14050
Px Engine: 18.104.22.1680
But when I try and transfer the files recorded on MD, it transfers them, then says "Cannot convert to WAV file" and leaves me with a .oma file buried in F:\Documents and Settings\All Users\SonicStage\Packages
Any help or suggestions anyone?
Posted 11 March 2012 - 02:28 PM
I prefer to keep my files NOT under the Documents and Settings Tree
The fact that you are on F: makes me wonder what kind of setup you have. I am sure SS is expecting to put it in C:
Posted 15 March 2012 - 07:56 AM
Looks like maybe everything works fine but you needed to have the destination set.
a. you can right-click the oma file in SonicStage and choose where you want to send it (after the fact) or..
b. set up the destination for conversion to WAV in the menu... Look here: Tools->Options->Transfer->HiMD (Transfer Settings->Advanced->Location). The last window is hard to find and probably points somewhere that doesn't exist, currently. Or you can disable the automatic conversion to WAV by unchecking the box just above the "LocatIon" field you just found, and doing the conversion as in a. above.
I assume you recorded in HiSP (or PCM or Hi-LP) - because if you recorded in "legacy" modes (SP, LP2, LP4, Mono) then you would not have been able to get the .oma file on the computer.
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