Creative Labs Audio File
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What is a VOC file?
Audio file format used by Creative Labs hardware, such as SoundBlaster sound cards; may be audio clips, sound effects, or instrument sounds, which are also referred to as voices; VOC files are compressed to reduce file size.
Programs that open VOC files
RCA Digital Voice Recorder Audio
1.8 | 4 Votes
A VOC file may also be an audio file created by an RCA Digital Voice Recorder. It contains audio recorded using the device. The audio that VOC files contain has a sample rate of 8 kHz and is compressed using a standard (700 bps) or high-quality (4,000 bps) compression method.
Students, reporters, and others use RCA Digital Voice Recorders to record lectures, interviews, and meetings. Several models of RCA Digital Voice Recorder, including the RP5022B and RP5120, save recorded audio as VOC files.
You can transfer VOC files from a Digital Voice Recorder to your PC. To do so, connect your recorder to your PC via a USB port. Then, drag and drop the VOC files from your recorder to a location on your PC.
How to open a VOC file
You can use RCA Digital Voice Manager (Windows) to open VOC files and play the audio they contain. To do so, open the program and use its navigation window to navigate to your VOC file's location. Then, double-click the file to play it.
How to convert a VOC file
You can use RCA Digital Voice Manager (Windows) or DEVOC (multiplatform) to convert VOC files to the .WAV (WAVE Audio) format. On Mac and Linux PCs, you must manually compile DEVOC before you can run it.