Convert Audio Files

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This is another utility procedure you will generally not need to run.  It is usually only used by previous DOS ComQuest clients, that have recently switched to the Windows system.


In DOS, all song and voice prompts were stored in a proprietary .VOX file format, which is not compatible with Windows.  (In Windows all audio files are stored as 8-bit or 16-bit, 8,000 cycle mono A-m/uLaw .WAV files).


Rather than have some song or voice prompts re-recorded in the new format, this procedure allows you to specify an existing .VOX file (without the file extension), as well as a new .WAV filename (without the extension).



Convert Audio Files form


After specifying the old .VOX file name, and the new .WAV file names (without extensions), click OK to convert the file, or Cancel to exit without converting. The .VOX file will then be converted to a standard .WAV file, with the name you have specified.


HandYou must still open the converted .WAV file in Cool Edit, and convert it to the proper ComQuest A/mu-Law wave format!


See also

Cool Edit

Recording Songs & Prompts