Transfer audio files from your Olympus digital recorder and display them. Categorizing and arranging your recordings into separate folders are also available. A USB cable is needed to connect your digital recorder to a PC. When connected, the device can record audio directly to the PC.
This free program was originally produced by OLYMPUS. The most frequent installation filenames for the software are: DWP.exe, llplay.exe, RunDll32.exe and waveplyr.exe etc. The most popular versions of the software are 2.1, 2.0 and 1.0. This PC program can be installed on 32-bit versions of Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10. The software relates to Multimedia Tools.
Обзор Digital Wave Player (автоматический перевод)
OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP. provides this program for free. The Multimedia category, the Converters & Editors section, to which the software belongs to. According to the statistics, DWP.exe is the most popular among users setup package for downloading this tool.
A class that is able to play waves and mpeg1 audio from resource, memory and disk via TStream class. It uses WAVE_MAPPER instead of PlaySound, so that you can play waves simultaneously.
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This article applies to the VN-120PC, VN-240PC, VN-480PC, VN-960PC, VN-2100PC, VN-3100PC, VN-3200PC and VN-4100PC digital audio recorders being used on 32- and 64-bit versions of Windows Vista and Windows 7.
The problem with getting your Olympus digital recorders to work with newer versions of Windows is that Olympus doesn’t provide all of the drivers you need in one place. In the hopes that I can save other frustrated users 20 minutes of wasted time, I’ve provided download links and a short guide to getting your recorder working with versions of Windows newer than XP.
Following RIANJS.Net’s instructions, I have the software and device successfully working on a Windows 10 Pro – V1511 – Build 10586.633 – 64-bit system.
I’ve downloaded Digital Wave Player and that’s working fine, I plug my VN-3100PC recorder in, with the hold button off, and it says “PC” on the screen yet my computer doesn’t register the recorder. I’m on Windows Vista and can’t seem to find any help online so far. Does anybody have any tips or ideas how to get it to work?
I followed the instruction described above, and the only thing that did not want to install was the 64bit driver (there already was a newer version installed, so it would not overwrite).