VOC is the filename extension for the Creative Voice file format. It was developed by Creative Labs for storing digital uncompressed PCM audio data for playback on their Sound Blaster boards. Though VOC was initially limited to unsigned 8-bit PCM and ADPCM data, it has been expanded to handle 16-bit formats and a-law and u-law compressed formats with the power of sound cards increased.
Due to VOC files' specialized nature, it is only supported by few players including GoldWave for Windows, Play SND for DOS, VLC for Windows, Winamp for Windows. Therefore, it is difficult to play VOC files especially VOC recorded from RCA Voice Recorder on most media players or portable devices like iTunes, QuickTime, Windows Media Player, iPod, iPhone, iPad, MP3 player, Android Phones, Samsung Galaxy, PS3, PSP, Zune and Xbox 360 and etc.
Is it really impossible to successfully play VOC anywhere? Of course NOT! This following article will provide two methods to successfully play VOC (especially play VOC files recorded from RCA digital recorder): Method 1: VOC Converter - Convert VOC to more compatible audio format like convert VOC to MP3, convert VOC to WAV and so on; Method 2: VOC Player at http://www.bigasoft.com/articles/how-to-convert-voc-to-mp3-wav.html