VLC. Videos do not play .wav files. The only one playing .wav files is Audacity. That is a bit too heavy for a small .wav file. How to play a .wav file?
Did you try
I want to play a .wav file without terminal. is that possible?
Gnome Music should play it.
You can drag files from file manager to
mpv window, or right click to open them with
I’m on Fedora 37 KDE and installed VLC via dnf and (see details below) and it plays back .wave files. (I’ve yet to come across a media player that won’t )
Name : vlc Epoch : 1 Version : 3.0.18 Release : 2.fc37 Architecture : x86_64 Size : 4.4 M Source : vlc-3.0.18-2.fc37.src.rpm Repository : @System From repo : rpmfusion-free Summary : The cross-platform open-source multimedia framework, player and server URL : https://www.videolan.org License : GPLv2+ Description : VLC media player is a highly portable multimedia player and multimedia framework : capable of reading most audio and video formats as well as DVDs, Audio CDs VCDs, : and various streaming protocols. : It can also be used as a media converter or a server to stream in uni-cast or : multi-cast in IPv4 or IPv6 on networks.
Thanks for your asnwers. VLC does not give a sound MPV does the trick. Thanks again.