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Topic: .dss (Digital Speech Standard) source/Linux support? (Read 7093 times) previous topic - next topic
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.dss (Digital Speech Standard) source/Linux support?

Hi all,

I got a fantastic new small digital voice recorder and the sound quality that I get out of it amazes me every time I use it. I use it under Mac but I'd like to be able to use it under Linux as well. The recorder records files in a .dss (Digital Speech Standard) format. I haven't been able to find much about this format (other than marketing info from Phillips/Olympus/Grunding).

Does anyone know if there are any Linux utilities that can convert this file format into wav's or something else more palatable?

Thanks,

Nikola

 
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