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How to convert MP3, WAV or WMA audio files on hard disk to the cellphone MMS format. Is there a program or some way to do that?

With free Multimedia Converter 2.0 you can convert common multimedia file formats (such as MPG or MP3) to audio AMR/AWB format.

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Step 1. In the menu, select File > Open. A dialog opens. The shortcut for this is to click the Open button in the toolbar. Browse for the audio file or video with audio you want to convert and click Open. Alternatively, you can drag-and-drop a file to Multimedia Converter.

Step 2. Select the audio format (AMR or WB-AMR) and audio bit rate. WB-AMR produces higher quality sound than AMR. Selecting a higher bit rate increases the quality of the sound, but it produces larger files.

Step 3. It is also possible to set the maximum size of the converted file in the Max file size edit box. In MMS, the size of audio file cannot exceed certain values; for example, 100 kB, because some WAP gateways might block the transfer of larger files, operators might prefer to limit the file size to reduce air-traffic, or because not all MMS client and server implementations support large file sizes. When you set a maximum file size limit, you cannot define the audio bit rate. It's adjusted automatically so that the converted file contains the whole original file from the given start point and so that its size is equal to or smaller than the given size limit. If the given size limit is too small to meet by reducing audio bit rate, the converted file is truncated (shortened from the end).

Step 4. You can start the conversion from an offset point. Set the time stamp of the offset in the Start time edit box. The shortcut for this is to keep the CTRL key pressed and slide the original file location indicator to the desired position. This updates the time stamp information in the Start time edit box.

Step 5. Click Convert. Another dialog pops up and shows the progress of the conversion. After the conversion is finished, you can hear the converted audio file. You can select the original or converted audio for playback by selecting “Original” or “Converted” from the drop down menu

The converted audio file format is AMR (.amr suffix files) or WB-AMR (.awb suffix files), depending on the audio setting.

Multimedia Converter supports most files that you can play with Windows Media Player. The exact set of supported files depends on the version of Media Player installed in your system and on the installed audio and video codecs. Typically, Multimedia Converter is able to support most AVI, WAV, MPG, and MP3 files. If you cannot open a video file in Multimedia Converter, try the following procedure:
- Open the file in Windows Media Player. If the file cannot be played, follow the next steps in the list. Otherwise, try to convert the file to an AVI file with common video and audio encoding formats using video converter, such as Oxelon Media Converter.
- Check the version of Windows Media Player. Minimum requirement is Windows Media Player 6.0.
- Try to reopen the file in a newer version of Windows Media Player. If you do not have all the necessary codecs installed, Windows Media Player attempts to download and install codecs automatically.
- If you still cannot open the file in Windows Media Player, contact the originator of the file.
Note : Multimedia Converter supports QuickTime files. In order to convert or play a QuickTime file, QuickTime player must be installed on your system. If the version number of your QuickTime Player is less than 5.0.1, download a newer version from Apple’s web site at

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