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  1. I have an AMR sound recording in a Windows file that plays on VLC media player without problem. What is the easiest way to just extract from this audio file specific sections that I want to send to a translator?

    I did try to Convert the file in VLC Media player to MP3 or MP4, but VLC creates gigantic files. Obviously all of the compression is being lost.
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  3. Audacity can open and edit AMR files
    install FFmpeg for Audacity to open AMR sound files in Audacity
    install Lame MP3 codec to export to MP3 from Audacity
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