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How to use Microsoft G.723.1 Codec

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I want to convert "PCM" -> "G.723.1".

I use "acmStreamxxx" funcs.

acmStreamOpen is success..

But when I use acmStreamConvert(), it returns error ""MMSYSERR_NOTSUPPORTED".

Is it possible to convert audio format with acmfunc in WinXP ?

If it is possible, how do I make it ?

Please, let me know.

Thanks.
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I donno much about this, have a look at this link http://www.openh323.org/pipermail/openh323/2001-February/011258.html
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yes, indeed, I came across this same problem when messing around with 323 formats for a demo I was writing.  I didn't really need 323, but it was useful in proving a point, so I hope the same is for you.  Could you not use another format?
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