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How to Convert a ZVR File to an MP3

Updated February 21, 2017

ZVR is a file extension often associated with an eBook file. These files cannot be played on your computer or portable audio device. In order to play the ZVR file on a device you own, you will have to convert the file into a more compatible file format, such as an MP3 file. The easiest way to convert a ZVR file to an MP3 file is to convert the file into a WAV file, then convert the WAV into an MP3 file.

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  1. Download and install a program that will convert ZVR files to MP3 files. One free option is the ZVR Converter.

  2. Double-click the "ZVRconverter.exe" file to launch the application.

  3. Click "Open" and select the ZVR file you want to convert.

  4. Click "Convert" and the file will be converted into a WAV file.

  5. Download and install a WAV to MP3 converter. iTunes is a free program that will allow you to convert WAV to MP3 easily. It is also compatible with both Windows and Mac computers.

  6. Change the encoding settings to MP3 in iTunes. Click "Preferences" and then select "Import Options." From this menu, select "MP3 Encoder" from the drop-down menu. Click "OK" to save your settings.

  7. Import the WAV file that you created in the previous section. Right-click the file and select "Open With." Choose "iTunes" from the list of applications.

  8. Locate the WAV file in iTunes. Right-click the file in iTunes and select "Create MP3 Version." The WAV file will be converted into an MP3 file.

  9. Tip

    iTunes can convert WAV files to other common audio formats such as AAC or AIFF.

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Things You'll Need

  • ZVR to WAV converter
  • WAV to MP3 converter

About the Author

Art Corvelay is a freelance writer for demand studios who has been writing and editing for five years. He holds a Ph.D. in technical communication and teaches courses in writing and editing at the university level.

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