The QCP extension file is a type of audio file created in the QUALCOMM PureVoice format.
The QCP file is used by many cell phone manufacturers to provide ringtones and voice recording.
It is designed to optimize human speech frequencies, using variable encoding rates to take advantage of the natural pauses in human speech.
The QCP file is based on RIFF, a generic format for storing chunks of data identified by tags.
The QCP format is a container format, since it does not specify how the voice data is encoded in the file.
PureVoice allows users to record, send, receive and play voice messages directly with exceptional voice quality and very fast transmission times.
The PureVoice player-recorder also works with virtually any MAPI-compliant email software that supports file attachments.
In turn, QUALCOMM's PureVoice Converter is a Windows command line utility, which is useful since it can create QCP files, as well as convert them to PCM audio.
QCP Converter program can also convert many popular audio formats to QCP files.
QUALCOMM also provides the PureVoice SDK, which can be used to integrate PureVoice functionality into applications.
Typical QCP application file locations:
- C:\Program Files (x86)\QuickTime\QuickTimePlayer.exe "%1"
Frequently used application names to open QCP files:
Frequently associated Windows objects:
If you downloaded a QCP file on Android device you can open it by following steps below:
To open QCP File on iOS device follow steps below:
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