The file extension QCP is associated with the PureVoice application by Qualcomm. PureVoice is offered in a variety of products that assist with the enhancement of the quality of voice and audio for Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) products. The product suite includes voice recording technology, audio automatic gain control, and voice recognition software.
QCP files that are created with PureVoice are an audio file type that is used to store human voice recordings. The files contain encoding rates which are capable of identifying natural pauses in human speech. This type of file format is also designed to handle different voice frequencies to allow voice recordings to be sent as email attachments.
QCP files are also used to produce ringtones on LG mobile phones which use Code Division Multiple Access technology. CDMA allows multiple signals to occupy one transmission channel and is a protocol which is used for 2G and 3G communications.
How to Open QCP Files
QCP files can be opened using any of Qualcommâ€™s PureVoice applications. If you use Windows or Mac OS X, you can open QCP files with the PureVoice Player-Recorder program which will also open QCP files that have been sent as an email attachment. The Player-Recorder application acts as a plugin for your email client and is available for download on the Qualcomm website.
QCP files can also be converted to another format such as PCM or WAV to be opened with a broader range of applications. To convert QCP files to another format, you can use the PureVoice Converter by Qualcomm, which is available for download on the Qualcomm website. PureVoice is compatible with Windows and the Linux operating system.
If you have audio files that you would like to convert to QCP format for use with PureVoice, you can use QCP Converter by D.R. Software, which is available as a 30-day free trial on the CNET website. QCP Converter is compatible with the Windows operating system.
There are a number of other audio file conversion programs available as a free download on websites such as CNET and Softpedia which will convert QCP files to another format. You can also use an online resource such as Zamzar which will perform free file conversion for you as long as the content is not copyright protected. Simply log onto the website, browse for the QCP file, choose a new format, enter your email address, and click on Convert. Within minutes you will receive the newly converted file in your email inbox.