QCP is an audio file format used mainly by the mobile phone manufacturers to provide ringtones and to record phone conversations. Its main benefit is the use of variable encoding rates that take advantage of the natural pauses in natural speech and decrease the file size.
If you own a mobile device compatible with QCP files and you want to free some memory you might think to convert your audio files such as ringtones, songs or audio books with QCP Converter.
Supported file formats
The application supports the most popular audio formats (WMA, MP3, AIFF, OGG, WAV, AU, SND, MIDI, MP4, AAC, FLAC, Monkey's APE, AC3, RealAudio and CDA) and quickly converts them to QCP files.
Even if you have more than 100 ringtones converting them is a piece of cake because QCP Converter can add an entire folder at once and is capable of converting the entire folder with one click.
If you want to merge multiple files just add them into the application, change the order and you are ready to go. The application can add a blending effect and helps you select the segment of the file you want to convert. The user can choose from four levels of quality to balance the quality of the output with the file size.
Remove silence and edit metadata
With QCP Converter you have the option to remove the silent part from the beginning or end of the song and to add fading effects. Although the output file can retain the same ID3 information as the original, you can change or add metadata details such as thumbnail, the name of the lyricist or the band.
All in all, QCP Converter comes packed with some handy features for helping you carry out conversion tasks. QCP files are designed to store voice so the program is especially effective when converting audiobooks.