tool to convert packets in wav format to g723

Hello,
Is there any free tool available that can convert the packets given in "wav" format to g723 format. After conversion, the packets must be stored in a file.
Windows or Linux compatible tools are ok.
I tried GX::Transcoder but could not convert it to g723 though the website says encoding and decoding in g723 is possible.
Any suggestions?
Awaiting ur earliest reply,
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Dushan De SilvaTechnology ArchitectCommented:
Did you tried with Adobe Premier ..

BR Dushan
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Intense_AngelCommented:
Do you have the codecs for g723 installed on your computer?  If you don't then converting using the above tool will not work.

Also...here are a list of apps that will convert.... http://www.sharewareconnection.com/titles/g723.htm
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