Can WavPlayer play .sri files created by the Voice It handheld recorder?

Files created by the Voice It recorder (.sri files) must first be converted to .wav file format before they can be played with the WavPlayer.  A free utility exists from the manufacturer of Voice It that will convert .sri files to .wav files.  This utility can be downloaded from the following site:  You will simply need to convert the files first, and then use the Bytescribe WavPlayer to transcribe them. Here is what is stated on the manufacturer's web site:  

"The VTR compressed voiced files (.sri files) are in a proprietary compressed format and cannot be accessed and played with other software programs. However, non-recorder owners who receive .sri files from a recorder owner can download a free Voice It Player which will decompress and play .sri files."

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