Digital Voice Editor is a program provided by Sony Corporation to allow users of its range of Sony IC recorders (ICD-BM, ICD-MS, ICD-MX, ICD-P, ICD-PX, ICD-S, ICD-ST and ICD-SX) to transfer their recorded audio from the recorder and onto the computer. The transferred files can then be edited by the user, still using the software, through its editing features.
Editing options include deleting parts of the voice clips, splitting the voice clips into two shorter clips and saving these as separate audio files, and combining up to five audio clips into a single, larger clip. For voice messages recorded on the computer, these can be transferred onto the digital recorder as well.
The software also features a CD burning utility, the CD Burning Tool for DVE (Digital Voice Editor), which allow the user to make a CD copy of the recorded messages. The same tool also allows the user to convert CD audio tracks to another file format, provided that the format is supported by the software, like MP3 format, for instance.
Digital Voice Editor is software that is compatible with Windows operating systems.
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