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Converting MP3 to QCP directly

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Adam, Mar 18, 2004.

  1. Adam

    Adam Guest

    Does anyone know of a Linux or Windows tool that can convert MP3 files
    directly to QCP (PureVoice)? I know I can decompress the MP3 to WAV, then
    convert to QCP, but I'd like something that could do it in one step.

    Thanks.
    Adam



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  2. Adam

    Adam Guest

    On Thu, 18 Mar 2004 23:30:20 -0500, Adam wrote:

    > Does anyone know of a Linux or Windows tool that can convert MP3 files
    > directly to QCP (PureVoice)? I know I can decompress the MP3 to WAV, then
    > convert to QCP, but I'd like something that could do it in one step.


    Well, I tried the PureVoice Converter (Win32) from CDMATech.com
    (Qualcomm), and I was barely able to hear the sound clip when my phone
    rang. I tried using the first 10-15 seconds of Orbital's 'The Box', but I
    couldn't make it out at all.

    So, perhaps QCP format sucks, at least for music. Where do people get
    their MIDI files, or is there some clever tool out there to convert
    MP3/WAV to MIDI? Really sucks that the phone can't support WAV ringers (I
    forget the fancy name .. polyphonic or some such?)

    Thanks.
    Adam
  3. Craig

    Craig Guest

    Adam <blueeskimo@phreaker.net> wrote in message news:<pan.2004.03.19.04.43.34.162884@phreaker.net>...
    > On Thu, 18 Mar 2004 23:30:20 -0500, Adam wrote:
    >
    > > Does anyone know of a Linux or Windows tool that can convert MP3 files
    > > directly to QCP (PureVoice)? I know I can decompress the MP3 to WAV, then
    > > convert to QCP, but I'd like something that could do it in one step.

    >
    > Well, I tried the PureVoice Converter (Win32) from CDMATech.com
    > (Qualcomm), and I was barely able to hear the sound clip when my phone
    > rang. I tried using the first 10-15 seconds of Orbital's 'The Box', but I
    > couldn't make it out at all.
    >
    > So, perhaps QCP format sucks, at least for music. Where do people get
    > their MIDI files, or is there some clever tool out there to convert
    > MP3/WAV to MIDI? Really sucks that the phone can't support WAV ringers (I
    > forget the fancy name .. polyphonic or some such?)
    >
    > Thanks.
    > Adam


    You may want to contact the guys at busineSMS.com...they have a
    Audio/Video SDK that does pretty neat conversions - I'm not sure if
    they've tested on CDMA spec phones, but give them a shout.

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