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MKW

HOW TO CONVERT /DECODE
shn to .wav

 

I am assuming you have already installed the MKW program
And you have a shortcut now on your desktop.

Also I am assuming you have transferred (copied) the shn's to your Hard Drive

 

Double click on it and bring up the program

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First thing is to change one default option so you dont lose your shn's after converting

Go to Options
Then Select File Options

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uncheck the box that says "delete input files after lossless processing"

The default is checked and you only need to do this once

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Next step is to decide where you want the wav's to go (output directory)

Click on the Browse Button

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Drill down thru your folders to where you want the wav's to go

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You can decide how many subfolders you have.......this is just an example

I do not recommend the wav's being in same folder as shn's (make a sub folder)

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Click on the OK button....

That folder now appears in the output directory

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Click on the CLOSE button

 

Next go to the folder where the shn's were put
(assuming you copied the shn's onto your HD first)

There are two ways you can start the conversion:

Drag and Drop   OR   Rightclick and select Decode to Wav

 

Drag and Drop:

Highlight all the shn's you want decoded (converted)

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Hold down the left mouse button
Drag over to the MKW window
Drop into the window

 

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Right Click to decode:

Highlight the shn's you want to convert to wav

MKW11.jpg (52245 bytes)

Right click on them

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MKW13.jpg (31568 bytes)

 

Check your destination folder and you will see them as they process