November 29th 2019
Do you have a damaged WAV audio file?
If you experienced power failure, accidentally interrupted, no response or device crash during recording audio with any recording device, you will find a corrupted WAV audio file. The file cannot be played, you will get error message when you want to play it with any media player.
Why the WAV audio file cannot be played?
The damaged file is an unfinalized file if something wrong happen during recording. For the WAV audio format, it has a section called header which includes a lot of information for playing, the unfinalized file doesn’t have the correct header, so it can’t be played. To make it work, we need to rebuild the missing section.
How to repair corrupted WAV audio file?
If you are searching for WAV audio repairing tool to repair corrupted audio file, but failed, please do not be disappointed, I can help you to repair WAV audio file. I can rebuild the header for your file, You will have a perfect repaired audio file.
Can you restore 0KB WAV audio file?
Sure. I can. for 0KB WAV audio file, I need to restore it from the device memory. No worry, I don’t need you device, You can make a image file and send it to me, that is very simple, I will instruct you the steps.
If you have a corrupted video file, please contact me: email@example.com
I can support all the popular WAV recording device, including: SONY, PHILIP, HYUNDAI, TASCAM, ZOOM, etc..