1. sjsharks6's Avatar
    I was trying to transfer some midi files onto my curve, and the midi files aren't showing up in the media manager. Any suggestions?
    08-03-07 01:11 AM
  2. gail's Avatar
    I was trying to transfer some midi files onto my curve, and the midi files aren't showing up in the media manager. Any suggestions?
    I'm having the same problem if you find a way please let me no. thanks
    I'm trying to send song to my curve for a ring tone. But no luck so far.
    08-03-07 11:33 PM
  3. orionstarman's Avatar
    Hi,

    Did either of you find a solution?
    I can't transfer any MIDI files over at all to my 8300 (via Roxio).

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    08-05-07 02:50 AM
  4. anon(153966)'s Avatar
    Why use midi files when you could use a better format, .mp3? I didn't think midi were accessible on that device...
    08-05-07 05:13 AM
  5. orionstarman's Avatar
    Hi Navilyn. They were Midi files I had either found or were on my old RAZR.
    Odd thing is , it is touted that the Curve supports MIDI files.
    Is there a convenient way to convert MID files to Mp3 files?

    And thank you.
    08-05-07 12:35 PM
  6. sjsharks6's Avatar
    I like midi ringtones because I think they sound funnier. One way I was able to get around it was to download the MIDIs from a website through the browser, but a lot of times the volume on the MIDIs was very low.
    08-05-07 01:55 PM
  7. orionstarman's Avatar
    Oh you rock! Thanks that did the trick.
    I uploaded the MID to a site and then downloaded it from the handheld, then saved.
    08-05-07 04:14 PM
  8. luckyray's Avatar
    I converted a midi file of 62 Kb to a MP3 file and it sized up at 2789KB at 320 bits sampling size. Wow.. and who says Mp3 IS BETTER ... I get same audio quality on computer speakers and cell phones. SO WHY the **** should i use MP3... ... It sucks man ( at least in cell phone ring tone usage )
    01-08-09 10:08 AM
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