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Hello everyone,

I have one requirement in my project. I have multiple audio files in .wav format; I want to merge/combine/join them into a single .wav file and make it download to all.

I have used ffmpeg , command line copy command NAudio but it is of no use. Please suggest me if any other way is available which could help me.

Thanks & Regards,
Krunal Panchal
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Updated 22-Jun-20 19:16pm
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Solution 2

used copy command of DOS

eg : copy /b 1.wav 2.wav 3.wav mix.wav

and saved the file to my folder.....

It worked very well for me .... :) :)

Thanks & Regards,
Krunal Panchal
   
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RizwanAkram 14-Jul-15 6:26am
   
this doesn't work at all. In Windows 7 gives error but the following gives not error:

copy /b 1.wav + 2.wav 3.wav mix.wav

but, just first wav i.e. 1.wav voice can be listened but the mix.wav size will be the sum of both files
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Solution 1

   
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krunalpanchalN 31-Dec-12 7:36am
   
Hi,
Tried all of them, but none of them worked.. they gave output but the output file is not playing at all

please help.

Regards,
krunal
Thomas Daniels 31-Dec-12 8:18am
   
I didn't find more useful links :-(

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