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  1. #21  
    Originally posted by christo1970
    in goldwave, do you you change the bitrate info??
    The trial version of goldwave that I downloaded (5.06) did not give me the option of "wav PCM 8 or 16bps signed 11 khz or higher". I saved it as "PCM signed 16 bit stereo" (no 8 bit signed available, mono or stereo). I changed the bitrate under the Effect menu (Resample).
  2. #22  
    Smiley88,

    Your guidance for getting the downloaded wav file uncompressed worked like a champ! I used the previous version of GoldWave (v4.26) with no problem.

    I'll update to the purchased version of Lightwave today!

    Thanks!
    Ndugu
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    #23  
    one of these sites mentioned earlier:
    ilovewaves or soundamerica
    installed popupads on my computer which i cant get rid of,
    so be careful
  4. #24  
    Hey, check this one out. I made this with Goldwave.

    This is the Star Trek Red Alert Sound. I found it, looped it and made for a very ear catching reminder alert.

    Enjoy
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    #25  
    hi, what's the difference between lightwav and the profile manager (available free on this site)?
  6. #26  
    Originally posted by gfunk808
    hi, what's the difference between lightwav and the profile manager (available free on this site)?
    I have no idea what The Profile Manager is or does, but Lightwave allows your phone to use wav files for ringtones.

    Check out the website-here

    K
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    Quick question. I downloaded a couple of WAV files to listen to. Then when I got them ready for a hot-synch they appeared "secured" and would not synch with my T600. I understand that WAV files go only to the secured card not into the the Treo's RAM. Any ideas?
    Last edited by m00se; 02/24/2004 at 09:14 PM.
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  8. #28  
    lightwav has a built in converter that will move the file to RAM.
    Christo

    "it's not the quantity, but the quality"

    There are NO Limits
  9. #29  
    Originally posted by christo1970
    lightwav has a built in converter that will move the file to RAM.
    Thanks. I do realize that but it is for Windows only. I use a Mac.
    BTW, which is better (and what is the difference): LightWav or Callfilter? Also, does Lightwav allow for individual ringtones?
    I have never let my schooling interfere with my education.
    -Mark Twain
  10. #30  
    Learn about LightWav by checking out the webpage: http://www.toysoft.ca/lightwav2.html

    Here are the features from the website:
    LightWav Features
    Treo600: Use any wave, mp3/ogg for ringtones/sms/mms/voicemail
    Treo600: Assign individual/group sound files to Contact and Favorite list
    Streaming wave sound
    Convert wave file from card to RAM
    Use Lightwav as a wave player
    Supports DateBook no time appointments
    Assign different wave, mp3 or ogg file to any application
    Works with all applications with alarms
    Wave file can be any size. Only limited to the RAM
    Works with reminder and repeat alarms
    Suppress the application alarms
    Assign different wave soudn to Attention alarm
    Compatible with PocketTunes(tm) 2.1 and higher
    Support Exchange Manager
    If you are developer contact us for 3rd party support
    Palm III > Palm IIIC > Handera 330 > Kyocera 6035 & Sony NR70V > Treo 600 > Treo650 & Palm LifeDrive > Modded LifeDrive w/16gig CF > Palm Pre
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