All About Symbian - Nokia (S60) and Sony Ericsson (UIQ) smartphones unwrapped

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Old 30-11-2004, 07:41 AM
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By the way, is there a table or overview available somewhere which Series 60 phones (or any mobile phones) are able to play AAC and/or MP4 files, either through hardware or software support like the RealPlayer 10? I couldn't find it on this site either, but it would be very useful for interested users in my opinion.

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Old 05-01-2005, 10:22 AM
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I've been using dBpowerAMP Converter but as it seems its MP3 encoder is a trial version and after 30 days can not be used anymore.
I was using this application to set my mp3s to 40kbps, using 16000hz sampling but now it's not working anymore.

What do you suggest me to do?

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Old 16-01-2005, 04:28 PM
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I have created a homepage with some clearer instructions here:

http://www.bits.bris.ac.uk/kevin/MP3AACConv/
Too Good
I just tried converting aac to my 7710.
Wht u are using to get Good Quality and Compact memory.

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Old 20-01-2005, 12:15 AM
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M4A = video?



I've copied a couple of mp4 audio files to my phone. To explain for anyone who doesn't get it - the MPEG-4 standard is a set of rules for creating audio/video files. AAC and MP4 are a couple of formats that adhere to these rules (in fact MP4 is just an AAC raw audio file with a "wrapper").

Anyway, I send an MPEG-4 Audio file to my 7610 and it plays fine. The problem is that Real One Player and Symbian treat it as a video and I therefore can't use it as a ringtone. Can anyone tell me if AAC's have this problem too or any way to make the phone recognise mp4 as video .

In case this doesn't make sense....

mp4 = video, audio, or both
m4a = audio
m4v = video (presumably - i'm not sure)

There's also m4p I think, an extension Apple invented to indicate that it was an M4A with Digital Rights Management.

Anyone... ?

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Old 17-02-2005, 12:01 AM
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I've copied a couple of mp4 audio files to my phone. To explain for anyone who doesn't get it - the MPEG-4 standard is a set of rules for creating audio/video files. AAC and MP4 are a couple of formats that adhere to these rules (in fact MP4 is just an AAC raw audio file with a "wrapper").

Anyway, I send an MPEG-4 Audio file to my 7610 and it plays fine. The problem is that Real One Player and Symbian treat it as a video and I therefore can't use it as a ringtone. Can anyone tell me if AAC's have this problem too or any way to make the phone recognise mp4 as video .

In case this doesn't make sense....

mp4 = video, audio, or both
m4a = audio
m4v = video (presumably - i'm not sure)

There's also m4p I think, an extension Apple invented to indicate that it was an M4A with Digital Rights Management.

Anyone... ?

AAC files play fine on my 7610. I can even use them as ringtones.

You have to be careful when encoding aac files to play on the mobile - it seems to play BOTH MPEG4 and MPEG2 standard types but only in "Low Complexity" formats. (that's what seems to work for me - i've tried using various tools to convert but only some work, presumably because they all use different standards of AAC)

AAC is a better codec - in tests at 96k it sounds better than 128k. It also has a smaller filesize (typically reducing my MP3s by 40%).

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Old 17-02-2005, 01:38 PM
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Ok,.... AAC to play on my N6600!?

Hello everyone?! I am neither N7610 nor N6230 user, but Nokia 6600 lover . Can anyone have any idea how to make my "soap" like 6600 to play AAC files? My effort for trying this are as follows:

Question 1.

Tried OggPlay V 1.6.2 installed, said to have AAC plugin and MP3 plugin as well. But after installed. I do not know where to find the AAC and MP3 plugins for this OggPlay application! Can anyone help on this?

Question 2.

Tried Helix Player V 1.00 installed, yet the official released notes said. The AAC feature was not INCLUDED... Any experts here that have made any modification to the Helix Player source codes, so that it can play AAC?

Question 3.

Is there any alternative way to play AAC other than just buying N6230 or N7610 or AAC playable mobile phones? Because, hehehe, i love my "soap" N6600 phone.
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Old 18-02-2005, 09:59 AM
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AAC is a better codec - in tests at 96k it sounds better than 128k. It also has a smaller filesize (typically reducing my MP3s by 40%).
If you're encoding at 96k AAC (assuming a constant bitrate) from 128k MP3s you'll save 25%. The k(bps) is the size of one second of your file so by multiplying this number by the length you get the file size, ergo the same file will be 96/128 = 3/4 times the the size of the original.

Interesting note about the AAC files though, I might try them since the M4A files didn't work so well on my 7610.

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Old 22-05-2005, 04:59 PM
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convert real audio to mp3

convert real audio to mp3 with the streambox ripper
download the streambox ripper at its new location at
http://www.streamboxripper.net/

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Old 23-05-2005, 08:42 AM
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Not sure about that last post - looks a wee bit dodgy.

The Cheetah Audio converter is one I downloaded to encode MP3s. It won't convert them to AAC's but it's a good converter if you have a load of WMA rubbish you want to turn into MP3s.

http://www.download.com/3000-2140_4-10280605.html

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Old 23-05-2005, 01:58 PM
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righty then, its here:

http://www.bits.bris.ac.uk/kevin/MP3...MP3AACConv.zip

Its written in VB .NET so I'm afraid you will need the framework if you dont have it. I believe it comes with XP service pack 2. if you dont have it you can get it here:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

Its dead easy, just unzip the files and then run Nokia MP3 - AAC Converter.exe.

let me know of any bugs, suggestions etc etc.

Your efforts are truly appreciated, I spent many an hour looking for something as simple and smart as your tool. Thank you for all your efforts you deserve the recognition

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Old 03-11-2005, 03:34 PM
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A tryout

Try to use Akram Audio Covverter for tranforming mpr into amr and etc.. it works 4 me!

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Old 22-05-2006, 10:06 PM
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Joy RingTone Converter - Save any part of your favorite mp3s to MMF, AMR, MIDI AAC ringtone

Website: http://www.joyringtone.com

Joy RingTone Converter enables you to create your own ringtones by converting your MP3, WAVE files and CD tracks to the most common Ringtone format, including MMF, AMR, MP3, MIDI, WIDI, WAV, AAC, 3GPand MP4. The contained CD Ripper extracts digital audio CD tracks to audio formats WAV and MP3 with excellent output quality and high ripping speed, and the MP3 Compressor can reduce the MP3 file size up to 30%-70%, save valuable space on your Mobile Phone.

There's also a batch conversion function for converting MP3 or WAV files to RingTones automatically!

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I am using the Joy Ringtone Converter, google it:
Here...

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i find a ringtone maker
http://www.sharewareguide.net/Audio-...one-maker.html
 

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