checked out the tools Yamaha offers?
not sure how they are licenced but it is another option
On 05 Dec, 2006, at 11:01 am, Peter Van der Weeen wrote:
> Over the past years we've developed a number of educational i-applis
> here at Cerego and we are now planning on releasing a new generation
> Java and Flash light applications featuring full audio playback.
> Our main issue at this point is the audio conversion. We have a few
> thousand audio clips (words and short sentences in wav or mp3 format)
> that we'd like to play back on Docomo phones so we are looking for a
> tool to convert these to the proper mld formats (which kind of depends
> on the user's phone model).
> So far we've been using this -almost free- tool for our prototypes and
> first generation appli:
> It's great for small amounts of files although we need to spend a fair
> amount of time checking the output. Since in the next phase we would
> like to convert 10.000+ audio clips we're looking for other, better
> It has been pointed out to us that if we would become an official
> content provider then we should get access to professional tools but
> that is not really an option since we are offering these applications
> our users for free.
> Does anyone know if there are any good tools out there we could use for
> this? Or is there a company that could convert these for us (for a
> reasonable fee)?
> An help would be greatly appreciated.
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Received on Wed Dec 6 02:14:28 2006