WAV files store audio content "without" any compression. This makes them much larger than other file types. Although WAV files can take lots of space to store, they also store audio in high quality. This makes them useful for heavy-use audio storage like professional music recording. WAV files are widely used and can be opened on Windows Media Player, QuickTime Player, VLC, and many more. (The only exception is Linux). WAV files may also appear as ‘WAVE’ in your folder. They are the same file type, just spelt differently. Developed jointly by Microsoft and IBM, the WAV format stores audio data, track numbers, sample rate and bit rate. Content is stored in segments of uncompressed "chunks".
MP2 files are not very commonly used, but are compatible with many portable audio players. Some programs that can open MP2 files include Apple iTunes (for Mac), Windows Media Player, VLC, and Adobe Audition, among others. It is not the same as the MPEG-2 format. MP2 is an extension of the MPEG layer 2 compressed audio file. It was developed for TV and radio broadcasting, and is still being used today.
Click on the first box and select WAV as the file format then click on the box next to it and select MP3
Click on ‘Choose File’ and select your WAV file from your folders. You can also drag and drop the file into the box. Click on ‘Convert File’.
Click on the Download button and your MP2 will be saved to your device in a matter of seconds.
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