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I tried using the PVConv.exe utility, that ships with the SDK. I'm trying to convert a 'wav' file into a 'qcp' file. When trying to do so, I get a "Conversion Failed!" message. Where can I find a more detailed description of the problem?

What is your command line and what is exactly the format of your input wav file?
Zim

What is your command line and what is exactly the format of your input wav file?
Zim

PVConv.exe d:\temp\sounds\o2.wav sss.qcp
o2.wav is: PCM, 16 Kb/sec, 16 kHz, 8 bit, mono

PVConv.exe d:\temp\sounds\o2.wav sss.qcp
o2.wav is: PCM, 16 Kb/sec, 16 kHz, 8 bit, mono

try
PVConv.exe -e d:\temp\sounds\o2.wav sss.qcp
this should work

try
PVConv.exe -e d:\temp\sounds\o2.wav sss.qcp
this should work

"52 is an invalid encode mode, must be between 0 to 3 inclusive"

"52 is an invalid encode mode, must be between 0 to 3 inclusive"

So try this for example:
PVConv.exe -e 0 d:\temp\sounds\o2.wav sss.qcp
Well, looks like it needs value between 0 .. 3 to be entered explicitly after -e.

So try this for example:
PVConv.exe -e 0 d:\temp\sounds\o2.wav sss.qcp
Well, looks like it needs value between 0 .. 3 to be entered explicitly after -e.

I , obviously, tried 'e' with all possible options (not that I know what they do). It simply fails.

I , obviously, tried 'e' with all possible options (not that I know what they do). It simply fails.

Sorry, I should have noticed it before....
Input sample rate for QCELP is 8000.
So try to convert your wav file to 8kHz,16 bit, mono

Sorry, I should have noticed it before....
Input sample rate for QCELP is 8000.
So try to convert your wav file to 8kHz,16 bit, mono

Works. Thanks.

Works. Thanks.