How to open .wav file format?

The probably reason why you are at this website is a problem with opening .wav file. The full name of the file is WAVE Audio File. If the double-click on the file’s icon shows you a message that additional programs are needed to open the file, you’ll find the list of helpful programs in the bottom of the page.The developer of this format is Microsoft.

.wav file extension (WAVE Audio File)

Category Developer/Producer File description Popularity
Audio Files Microsoft WAVE Audio File
RateRateRateRateRate
Programs using this file extension: .wav
ADS OS Software
Windows
Windows
  • Microsoft Windows Music
  • Microsoft Windows Media Player
  • Apple iTunes
  • Apple QuickTime Player
  • Roxio Creator NXT Pro
  • Nullsoft Winamp Media Player 5.6
  • Xilisoft Video Converter Ultimate
  • RealNetworks RealPlayer
  • VideoLAN VLC media player
  • Other music player
MAC OS
MAC
  • Apple iTunes
  • Apple QuickTime Player
  • Roxio Toast 11
  • RealNetworks RealPlayer
  • VideoLAN VLC media player
  • Other music player
Linux
Linux
  • XMMS
  • VideoLAN VLC media player
  • Other music player

.wav file extension (DTS-WAV File)

Category Developer/Producer File description Popularity
Audio Files DTS DTS-WAV File
RateRate
Programs using this file extension: .wav
OS Software
Windows
Windows
  • DTS Surround Audio Suite
  • DTS Surround Sound Suite
  • Foobar2000
MAC OS
MAC
  • DTS Surround Audio Suite
  • DTS Surround Sound Suite


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