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How to convert a M4R to a WAV file?
- Choose the M4R file that you want to convert.
- Select WAV as the the format you want to convert your M4R file to.
- Click "Convert" to convert your M4R file.
Zamzar Pro Tip: You can use the Quicktime player to open M4R files. This is a free player bundled with Macs and downloadable for Windows.
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|Description||The M4R is an iPhone ringtone file that is essentially a renamed AAC (m4a) file. Not all iTunes Music Store songs can be used to create M4R ringtones. In order to create an M4R ring tone from an iTunes song, the song must allow for M4R ringtone creation. An M4R ring tone is automatically transferred to a user's iPhone when the iPhone is synced with the user's computer.|
|Technical Details||M4R is essentially a renamed AAC (M4A) file - it is similar to MP3 but compresses the digital audio files further. It is part of the MPEG-4 standard and is specified in the ISO/IEC standard 14496-3. It is a lossy algorithm much like AAC and MP3. M4R supports auditory masking - essentially discarding data with minimal loss of quality.|
|Description||The WAV file is one of the simplest digital audio file formats. It was originally developed back in 1991 for use within Windows 3.1 but today it is the gold standard in studio recording and one of the most popular digital audio formats. As they are stored in an uncompressed format they are enormously versatile and allow for easy editing and manipulation. One minor drawback is that the file sizes can be huge which can make them a little impractical.|
|Technical Details||A file with the WAV file extension is a Waveform audio file format and is a container that stores data in segments. It was originally developed by Microsoft and IBM and stores uncompressed lossless audio which results in very large file sizes. The format uses containers to store the audio data, track numbers, sample rate and bit rate.|
|Developed by||Microsoft & IBM|
Convert M4R file
- m4r to aac (Advanced Audio Coding File)
- m4r to ac3 (AC3 Audio File)
- m4r to flac (Free Lossless Audio Codec)
- m4r to m4a (Compressed video file)
- m4r to mp3 (Compressed audio file)
- m4r to mp4 (MPEG-4 Video File)
- m4r to ogg (Ogg Vorbis Compressed Audio File)
- m4r to wav (Windows audio file)
- m4r to wma (Windows Media Audio)