Using Codec and Making conversions


I have some installed codecs, and I want to make conversions using these codecs. For instance I have a GSM 6.10 recorded file,  I want to convert it to PCM format. Now I can make this conversion using Sound Recorder. Is there any way to make this conversion without using Sound Recorder. Does sound recorder give any interface(any methods, functions) that can be used in this conversion.
ms99yAsked:
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ZifNabCommented:
ms99y,

Ok, I'll send my previous comment as an answer :

        this is a (shareware) :-( component, doing what you want :

       http://www.spend.com/skacms10.zip

       see info at http://www.spend.com/delphi.htm 

       (SoundKit ACM is a collection of Delphi 2.0 objects and components that provide a highly functional interface to the Win32 Audio Codec
       Manager services, and a range of objects to handle the processing of Wave/RIFF files. TSoundKitWaveStream is a TStream descendant that
       gives full reading and writing of Wave Data. TSoundKitACM provides data conversion from any of the supported formats possible via the
       ACM interface.)

       Well if you find Win32 audio Codec Manager, i'm prepared to try to make a translation for you.

Zif.

Seeing your comment, your are going to use it and don't need the translation. Well, maybe I'll translate it sometime.




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ZifNabCommented:
How do you use Sound Record for your purpose. Do you know the format of GSM 6.10?
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MatveyCommented:
Hi guys,

I sugest to start from
http://premium.microsoft.com/msdn/library/sdkdoc/multimed/audcomp_2r72.htm#

And continue in all tree directions from here...
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ms99yAuthor Commented:
To Zifnab,

  If the GSM6.10 codec is installed in your PC, you can make the conversion using Sound Recorder. You may change the format of your file by following this steps .In Sound Recorder, under File menu , properties and Convert Now. Then the it lists the available formats.

Thanx
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ms99yAuthor Commented:

As you already know, you can check the installed codecs, under control panel multimedia and advanced  Audio Compression Codecs.

Later,
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ZifNabCommented:
ms99y, what you do is following : read file into sound recorder and then save it to another format. Correct.

Well, maybe a simple solution : use the macro component of Matvey so you can put every action in the macro...

I'll lookfor a direct way. But am not sure if I can find one immediately.

Zif.
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MatveyCommented:
IT IS VERY POSSIBLE, and I think very simple.
Thanks for advertising the macro component Zif (BTW it has inhanced now with Igors help), but I doubt it's a good way to do it.

I'll look for something right now...
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ZifNabCommented:
Matvey, correct I doubt too, that it's a good solution.
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ZifNabCommented:
euhm last comment had to be isn't a fancy solution
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ZifNabCommented:
ms99y,

 this is a (shareware) :-( component, doing what you want :

http://www.spend.com/skacms10.zip

see info at http://www.spend.com/delphi.htm

(SoundKit ACM is a collection of Delphi 2.0 objects and components that provide a highly functional interface to the Win32 Audio Codec Manager services, and a range of objects to handle the processing of Wave/RIFF files. TSoundKitWaveStream is a TStream descendant that gives full reading and writing of Wave Data. TSoundKitACM provides data conversion from any of the supported formats possible via the ACM interface.)

Well if you find Win32 audio Codec Manager, i'm prepared to try to make a translation for you.

or go MIDAS? : http://www.s2.org/midas/download.html

Zif.
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ms99yAuthor Commented:
I will examine the URL s and the component that you suggested, Thanx for your suggestions.


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ZifNabCommented:
ms99y, just curious... found something?
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ms99yAuthor Commented:

Hi ZifNab

  The component that you suggested is the one that I needed. Thanx for your help,
Submit your comment as an answer to the question.
(Sorry for being late. I was unable to get a connection to The Net.)

Best Regards
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ms99yAuthor Commented:
Ok ZifNab

Later,
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