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How to convert MP3 to PCM2400 mono, Audio Format Conversion
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post Nov 28 2013, 01:49
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Hi everyone,
I am new member and working with Barix Exstreamer 100 product. VoIP & Audio streaming.
I am currently facing a problem of not knowing what software can be use to convert MP3 to PCM2400 mono
Highly appreciate if anyone can help me with this problem.

Yours sincerely
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post Nov 28 2013, 02:09
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I've never heard of PCM2400*, and I didn't find it on the Barix web page...

Do you know anything about that format? Can you tell us what you are trying to accomplish?

I found this on the Barix web page:
Audio formats
•MP3 CBR/VBR, up to 320 kbps, 8..48 kHz sample freq.
•AAC-HE (AAC, A AC plus, A AC plus V2)
•Ogg Vorbis, WMA (up to version 9)
•PCM (L16, uLaw, aLaw), 8..48 kHz sample freq.
•G.711, G.722

* PCM is very common. Normal WAV files are PCM, CDs are PCM, but we need the number of bits and the sample rate. And, we might need to know if it's u-Law or A-Law. And, we might need to know if it's a "raw" PCM file or it has a WAV header, etc.

For example, CDs are 16-bit, 44.1kHz, stereo (linear) PCM.

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