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  1. #1
    boe
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    I'm using PVConv - a dos based converter. Do you know of any good batch
    converters or converters that work in XP?





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    JavaJitterz
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    Re: Good QCP converter for Wav/Voice Ringers?

    http://members.cox.net/ixlr8a67/down...AV%20files.htm

    I'm using PVConverter as well- follow the directions on the link above
    to get you started. I found I can open several .wav files and convert
    all at the same time through Winamp 2.81. Get that version of Winamp
    at www.oldversion.com not through the Winamp site as the link
    recommends

    On Tue, 05 Aug 2003 16:37:28 GMT, "boe" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >I'm using PVConv - a dos based converter. Do you know of any good batch
    >converters or converters that work in XP?
    >


    Cheers~!
    JavaJitterz
    http://www.ppcportal.us


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    eRingers.com
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    Re: Good QCP converter for Wav/Voice Ringers?

    eRingers.com will be opening soon. Right now we are having beta testers
    sign up before we go live so we can test parts of the websites. One feature
    we have is the ability to upload any format of wav file. It will then be
    automatically converted to the necessary format (8khz, 16bit, mono) and then
    converted to the qcp format. We have created a front end to PVConverter
    that allows batch execution (as many as you like) along with changing the
    format of the wav file. It saves a ton of time and works perfect. If you
    would like to sign up for the beta program, go to...
    http://www.eringers.com/beta_application.php

    We are not selling or allowing our custom program to be downloaded, but if
    we did put a price on the program, how much would you be willing to pay for
    it. We've been in contact with Qualcomm and are thinking about releasing a
    public version.

    Thank you.
    Andy (eRingers.com Support)

    "JavaJitterz" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >

    http://members.cox.net/ixlr8a67/down...AV%20files.htm
    >
    > I'm using PVConverter as well- follow the directions on the link above
    > to get you started. I found I can open several .wav files and convert
    > all at the same time through Winamp 2.81. Get that version of Winamp
    > at www.oldversion.com not through the Winamp site as the link
    > recommends
    >
    > On Tue, 05 Aug 2003 16:37:28 GMT, "boe" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > >I'm using PVConv - a dos based converter. Do you know of any good batch
    > >converters or converters that work in XP?
    > >

    >
    > Cheers~!
    > JavaJitterz
    > http://www.ppcportal.us
    >
    >
    > Disclaimer: The information in this transmission is intended to be totally

    worthless and devoid of any benefit to anyone with the exception of,
    possibly, the intended recipient. If you received this communication in
    error or if you accidentally read it when it wasn't addressed to you, then
    please immediately delete all of your saved game files and email addresses
    and then energetically beat yourself about the head and shoulders with a
    recent technology publication of your choice. All other more intelligent
    actions taken in response to this information are prohibited, so there.





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