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Old 07-18-2010, 08:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Converting Voice Notes .amr sound files to .wav

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My BB's Voice Notes Recorder saves the sound file in .amr format. My office dictation system uses .wav sound files. Is there a .wav recording application available, so I can email my recorded dictation directly from my BB without the conversion problem when the sound file is received at my office, or is there a reliable file conversion program my office can use to convert .amr format sound files recorded by me on my BB to .wav format sound files so they can be transcribed in my office? I really don't want to carry a separate dictation recorder, and I definitely want to be able to email my dictation directly from my BB. Thanks in advance to all.
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I have had the same problem.
I have installed real player on my computer and it converts them to its own format, so they can be listened to on a computer.

Still haven't figured out how to convert to wav I would appreciate the thoughts of others.
I also don't know how to transfer the amr files from my blackberry to my computer. I have been sending them to myself as an attachment to an email. there has to be an easier way.
Same question for photos on blackberry> can any one help

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