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ffmpeg is a free command line tool that can convert a huge number of audio and video formats including VOC files. You can install it through Homebrew using the following command. brew install ffmpeg And then you can convert VOC files to MP3 like so. ffmpeg -i sample.voc sample.mp3
An app called "Jamcam" is the only way I've found to do it, might be better options out there but I don't know them, hope his helped (:
Plex Media Server offers "sync" functionality to devices if you have a Plex Pass subscription (starts at $3.99/month, less per month for longer subscription periods). You initiate the sync either from the Plex web app or device by selecting movie(s) to sync, and it then transcodes your selected media into a format appropriate for iPad. You then open the iOS ...
The current, stable releases of VLC don't offer this. However, you can go to the VLC nightly build site to download the latest version of VLC 3, with an updated Yosemite interface and H.265 support. Most importantly for you, though, they have added resume support. From http://nightlies.videolan.org, you just have to click on Mac OS X Intel, and then click ...
There is a plugin available called VLC srpos that will save and restore the playback position of the last played files. It is available here. There are numerous threads on this subject, I came across the plugin on the VLC forum, using a well-known search engine ;-)
Have you tried VideoLAN Converter (VLC)? It's a well-known converter app for video and audio formats. Audacity is also a well respected audio converter app as well. They're both free, to boot. I've been using them for years.
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