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Topic # 14753 18-Jul-2007 20:48
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Could anyone confirm what codec is used with the VFX Voice Mail WAV file sent to your e-mail?

I would like to be able to listen to the voice mails through my Pocket PC, but if it's using u-Law than that isn't working - better wold be PCM...

Any ideas?





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  Reply # 78753 19-Jul-2007 00:01
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http://www.xentec.be/products/vox_studio/help/ima_adpcm_format.htm
4 bits 32kbps (8kHz sample rate).  Likely to be supported on your PDA, or there will be a free CODEC available somewhere (usually with dictaphone software).  It was developed back in the days when micros were too slow to do multiplication for real time audio streaming.




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  Reply # 78756 19-Jul-2007 05:47
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I use TCPMP on my Treo which works pretty well. There is a PocketPC version as well. It is freeware and seems to do a good job of video too....

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Matt.




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