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Hi all, Just wondering if anyone (particularly those involved in iPhone development) have ever used the format of .amr for music? If so, could anyone possibly suggest any programs/software that would be able to convert from .wav/.mp3 to .amr? Also, if there are any pro's and con's to using .amr files (such as poor looping, etc.) please let me know :) Many thanks, James

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Googled AMR
- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adaptive_multi-rate_compression
- http://www.afreecodec.com/946/open-amr-codec-narrowband/
- http://www.free-codecs.com/download/Mobile_AMR_Converter.htm

To be honest, I've never heard of AMR let alone used it in any game developement. Most of iphone dev is done with WAV, AAC(MP4), MP3 or CAF (also WAV format) - at least on the projects I've done. I've also done some work with MOD formats too - but not so many titles.

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Brilliant, thanks guys!

I had never come across AMR either, but as I haven't done much work with Apple development formats, I just wanted to check.

Thanks again!

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