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AMR Command Line Encoder / Decoder

Hi

Where can I get such a command line tool from?  So I can encode and decode AMR audio files.

AMR Command Line Encoder / Decoder

Reply #1
Hi

Where can I get such a command line tool from?  So I can encode and decode AMR audio files.


I was searching for this kind of tool when I got a T630 cellphone with AMR support a few years ago and I didn't find anything suitable. Finally, I made this simple thing - it works quite well, but:
1/ it just uses a converting library "amrconverter.dll" from something called "Sony Ericsson MMS Editor" (at least that's what I wrote there back then). I'm not sure of the licensing of it, so I better won't give a public download link, but I can send it privately if you won't be able to find it anywhere else.
2/ the library is awfuly written, weirdly slow, it creates temporary raw files, etc.
But definitely still better than nothing, it did the job for me flawlessly.
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AMR Command Line Encoder / Decoder

Reply #2
Sounds interesting.  Does it have stdin and stdout functionality?
Could you PM me the dll?

Thanks for the info!

AMR Command Line Encoder / Decoder

Reply #3
Sounds interesting.  Does it have stdin and stdout functionality?
Could you PM me the dll? :)

Thanks for the info!


No, because of the fact that the library interface is only on filename level.
(More in the PM.)
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