I have a client who sent me 36 hours of sound files that have an .srf extension. They are outgoing phone calls that were recorded at a prison. I do not know what kind of recording device they use, but think of a system that can record any call made by an inmate.
The format is .srf (also refers as being raster graphic file). An attorney was able to sit and listen to these on his computer. I am not able to. Included with the 36 hours of SRF files, there is also a NexusPlay.exe file, autorun.inf, an ,xml file and a CDICO.ico file. I need to convert all of the .srf files to MP3 or WAV files, so I can play them through my transcription software.
I have tried Windows Media Player, every sound & conversion software I have, iTunes, RealPlayer, QuickTime, Handbrake. I can send a sample file. This project is confidential, so I can't post a file to try unfortunately.
Does anyone know of .srf file converter that can solve my problem. My client is waiting patiently for me to get back to them. (I've been working on trying to find a solution for two days now.) I am a layperson transcriptionist, so any instructions would have to be easy, so I can understand them.
Thank you in advance for any assistance.