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Decompressing .wav.ipk?

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#1 Hlatus


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Posted 15 February 2009 - 07:01 PM

Hi, I'm one of the co-owners of a new online radio station that's in the works. We were at an event a couple nights back and we recorded the event only to find the wav file missing. We found a temporary file created by the recording program that was in a .wav.ipk file. With a little work we discovered that this is essentially a compressed file of the original. We however cannot find how to decompress this file type and are in DIRE need of this wav file as the organizers of the event are depending on us. Please get back with me and let me know how to do this and I would much appreciate it! Thank you.

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