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    j4mi3j24
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    okay.. i cut the mp3 file to how i want it.. but when i converted it to a qpc file it sounds awful! how can i get it to sound better?

    my phone's a samsung a950.. and in order to get my ringtones to my phone i guess i have to send them to my SOUNDS folder when my usb cable is hooked up.. is there any other way to get ringtones on here? please help~~


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    paulcman
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    Why did you convert it to .qcp? Doesn't the a950 play mp3 ringers? And wouldn't they just naturally sound better?
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    Unfortunately, QCP in my opinion is almost always going to sound like crap. The format was designed for voice recording, and just doesn't seem to do well with recordings that have multiple instruments and vocal tracks overlapping each other. The best results I've been able to get with the QCP format are either voice-only recordings, like clips from tv and movies, or instrumental solos. Those seem to sound fairly decent.

    Something you can try if you still want to try making QCP files out of music, I've had some success with this but nothing to write home about. I've got a free media editor called Hidden Content (that's a link btw) and with a little practice you can clean the sound up a little by converting the file to a mono WAV file, the lowest bitrate you can possibly go to without degrading the sound of the original file, and then you want to run an option called "Normalize". You want to use the highest setting for normalizing that you possibly can, again, without degrading sound quality too much. A little degradation is going to be inevitable but you are doing your best to create a mono low-bitrate normalized wav that sounds halfway decent. Now, try running that through the Purevoice Converter and you should notice a little improvement over whatever you were trying before.

    I hope this is helpful for you, I gave up on qcp some time ago. Hidden Content



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    j4mi3j24
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    i dont know if my phone can just play mp3 ringtones.. how can i find out if they do...

    because i actually did make one.. and when i loaded my transcard on the computer with the usb cable.. i put the file in my "sounds" folder with the qcp files.. and it didnt come up on my phone.. im confuseed! Hidden Content



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    Shaycmgibson
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    go to samsung website and look under your phone specifications or try a free site like Hidden Content . There you can test out different file types
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    tooldef6
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    you're phone does support mp3 capability.

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    j4mi3j24
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    does anyone know how i can actually make my own ringtones for this phone? i need help like REALLLY bad! i cant do it whatsoever.. i even tried requesting ones from tooldef6 and he made them and everything.. but i dont know how to move them to my phone or even open them for that matter.. i could be smart with computers.. but when it comes to some programs.. (sounds esp. (ie: mp3.. wav.. etc)) im the dumbest person ever!! hahah so if someone can please help me i'd really appreciate it! if you cant contact me on here.. leave me a message on aim: j4mi3j24 or e-mail me: Hidden Content and just so i know that you can help me! thanks sooo much



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