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thank u very much, been trying to use the jap version and not working out too well
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I dont know if it's already been posted but...
If you wish to add Vibrations and/or LED-Lights to your Ringtones in PSM-Player 3.80 English...
Click Help -> About ...
Enter the Reg. Number: 186 ...
Then open your midi-file...
Click File -> Create SMAF -> And then 40/16/4 Chords...
And an other box will be available...
Be sure that you first clean the field before entering the code...
To be honest... i don't really know how it exactly works, but i read it from this site: Samsung Handphones.com , and there are some Samsung Codes too... enjoy!
The author of it is now in busy and stop developping it for awhile.
English help file or menu,slim chance.
whats the difference between psm player ver 3.30 & 3.80 ???
i think the function oso same. can anybody tell me?
How is it possible that when i create a mmf file from a wave file, that when i play it after 5 seconds i hear nothing no more? But the indicator goes on moving to the and, but there is no sound.
How Can I convert from MMF to MIDI??
I found a web site with tons of Ringtones in mmf format, but i need them in midi format... Anybody knows how to do that?
I would like to found a web site with this program... I have the PSM player version 3.80, but I dont know how to, or even if this program can do the job.
Thanks a lot
You can convert mmf 2 mid using psm player......After your open the mmf file just go to file/Creat midi and your file will be converted..
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How about intelliscore polyphonic...is anyone try that before?
You can DL TONS of MMF files from
You have to register though, otherwise the downloads section will appear empty.
The newest version of PSM Player is 4.5 (English). You can grab it here:
Just to answer a few common questions...PSM can convert MIDI's>>MMF or vice-versa. You can also convert WAV>>MMF. You CANNOT convert MP3/WAV to MIDI. MIDI's are simply a set of instructions that tell your computers synthesizer what to play--the files do not contain any actual sounds.
Most phones play MIDI's...some also play MMF's. For all you Motorola T720 users out there, your phone can also play MMF's. Just rename your .mmf extension to .mid. This is an advantage as this phone seems to play MIDI files very softly.
I need that converter as well, but curious, what is an .mmf file? Is this a specifi phones audio file, or some random file generated from a proprietary audio creater?
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