I only know two Japanese dictionaries with audio:
1. Jim Breen's JDIC
2. 日本語発音アクセント辞典 (no definitions, pitch accent only)
Are there any other dictionaries with audio?
Are there any dictionaries with audio for Mandarin Chinese and Korean?
Edited: 2010-12-16, 11:04 am
Which Player do you use?
VLC has problems with the beginning and ending of MP3, so a very short MP3 will make no sound.
Is there a way to keep Anki from renaming the media files? Takes forever plus it's inconvenient for searching by explorer.
Edit: Oops, didn't realize Anki's up to 1.1.12 and no longer renames?
Edited: 2010-12-16, 9:13 pm
BTW cb4960 I get a 'media player not found' for bassplayer and also the non-ASCII workaround doesn't seem to work for Zoom Player, says "media not loaded" (but if I switch to mplayer it works).
@buonaparte: you once told me that you have Assimil "Japanese with ease" in WORD.
I have this course in PDF (the English version and the French one too), but I can't search because they are scanned.
Do you have any idea how to convert them into a searchable format? If you need the PDFs, I'll send them.
OCR your Assimil - ABBY Fine Reader is good - and then proofread them.
By the way, I've no idea who you are.
Why on earth do you need Assimil?
Grab an audiobook with a parallel text, that's all you need.
If it is too difficult (I don't really see why it should be), JapanesePod is much better.
There are many free resources much better than Assiml.
Edited: 2010-12-18, 10:29 am
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