The latest version of Sony Digital Voice Editor 3.3 shows blue screen Windows 7 64 bit, and will not work on Windows 10!
I'm also running into the same issue with Windows 10. I have two files I can't open that I desperately need for an estate litigation of hundreds of thousands of dollars for court... Sony support told me that Windows 10 isn't compatible. Sorry. They don't care about their customers that's for sure.
Does anybody knows how can I get a plugin or something to make my Digital Voice Editor compatible with Windows 10? I can not download audio files from my digital recorder anymore.
Did you find a solution to this? I'm having the trouble as well.
A good idea but the Sony software doesn't work - followed instructions and tried reinstalling 3x but doesn't even recognize recorder - message says driver not installed successfully. This is a new PC running Win7 Pro 64-bit which is probably one of the most common versions of Windows at the moment - doesn't say much for Sony's attempt at what sound like great software tool!
I didn't try but thanks any way.
DVE 3.3 does not recognize ICD-ST10, so apparently it is not compatible with this old version.
after installing we ( my friend and i) quickly discovered that the sound is very bad.
It echo's alot. Also the video is not working and the share screen doesn't work properly.
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As it name reads Sony Digital Voice Editor is a software that allows Sony personal digital recorder owners to download, edit, convert and upload audio files from and to their recorders.
Play and edit those messages from applicable models such as ICD-BM, ICD-P, ICD-ST , ICD-MX Series, etc.
-Download audio from the recorder into your computer organizing by messages or by folders.
-Add messages from the computer to the digital recorder.
-Edit or even split a message into two or combine several, up to five in one.
-Convert the file format of a message saved in the computer into a new file like an MP3.
- CD Burning Tool enables the user to write the messages to an audio or data CD. It is also possible to convert a CD audio track into a format compatible with the Digital Voice Editor to be played in the recorder.
If you are using Windows Vista, check the compatibility of the digital recorder model, and if you own an ICD-P series recorder it must be configured at the installation otherwise it won't work...
I enjoy my digital voice recorder(s) and the editors, but I appreciated the Digital Voice Editor 2 much more since it transferred the date I RECOREDED the event, not the date I transferred the file to my computer. I may have recorded the event over a year ago, and I use it for work as well as recreation, this is NOT practical. I need to know what date I recorded the event. and if for some reason I have to put it on another computer, or in another file, this creates further hassle. I wish I had never thrown away that disc! I'm trying my hardest to get another!