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Convert .mvf to .mva voice files

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wsykes41770

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Does anyone know of a way to convert .mvf voice files to the new .mva format? We will eventually change over all of our Fire radios to the APX-6000 and it doesn't use the .mvf format. We can't locate the original .wav files to convert them to .mva so I was hoping to find a way to convert the .mvf to .mva. It would keep us from having to record all of those files again. It would take a couple of days at least to record all that we have over. Any suggestions?
 
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ultima

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converting .mvf to .mva

I am having a hard time trying to convert XTS5000 voice files to Apex 7000 voice annocenments.
Can any one help ?
 

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What I have found out is that there is NO WAY to convert the .mvf to the new .mva format. There are two things that you can do. 1) If you have the original .wav files, then you can use the APX CPS to import and convert them to the new format. or 2) re-record the .wav files with your favorite audio software and then use the APX CPS to import and convert them. That's what I found out from Motorola.
 
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