External Hard Drive/Flash Drive Transfer
- 1). Connect an external hard drive or flash drive to your PC via a USB jack. This a quick and efficient way to transfer any file, and depending on the size of the drive, you can use it to transfer a group of files.
- 2). Copy the WAV file onto the drive.
- 3). Eject the drive from your computer.
- 4). Connect the same drive to your Mac
- 5). Drag and drop the file anywhere on the Mac.
- 6). Eject the drive.
CD or DVD Transfer
- 1). Insert a writable CD or DVD into your PC.
- 2). Add the WAV file to the CD and use CD or DVD-burning software to burn the file to the CD.
- 3). Eject the CD.
- 4). Insert the CD into your Mac.
- 5). Drag and drop the file onto the hard drive or desktop.
- 1). Open your email account.
- 2). Attach the WAV file to an email message. This is an easy way to do a quick transfer without using any storage device.
- 3). Send the email to yourself.
- 4). Go to your Mac, retrieve the email and download the attachment.
- 5). Save the file on your computer.
- 1). Set up a direction connection between your PC and Mac if you have a workgroup on the PC. This is useful if you have a batch of WAV files (or other types) that you want to transfer. Turn both computers on to begin.
- 2). Connect an Ethernet cable between your Mac and PC.
- 3). Click the Finder on your Mac. Choose the "Go" menu, and select "Connect to Server." In the Server Address dialog box, enter your PC's network address. Enter "smb://IPaddress/ShareName
- 4). Click "Connect." This requires entering a workgroup, username and password, and the folder you need.
- 5). Open the PC volume that appears on your Mac desktop. Select the files you want and drag them to the Mac desktop. Disconnect the PC volume.