What is a PCM file? Every day thousands of users submit information to us about which programs they use to open specific types of files. While we do not yet have a description of the PCM file format and what it is normally used for, we do know which programs are known to open these files.
Use Audacity. You'll get excellent results. Go to File >Import >Raw Data. Then Choose the PCM file you want to convert. Encoding: Signed 16 bit PCM Byte Order: No endianess 1 channel (mono) Start Offset: 0 Sample Rate: 22050 Hz amount to import: 100% Then click Import, and it will take a little time to do this Then go to File >Export Figure out where you want your converted file to go Save as: mp3 files (or whatever you choose in the drop down box) It takes a lot more time to export the file than to import it.
Alternatives To Winzip there. PCM file is a RAW PCM Audio Data. Pulse-code modulation (PCM) is a raw digital representation of an analog audio signal. Pulse-code modulation (PCM) is a raw digital representation of an analog audio signal. PCM files are also associated with Embroidery Design File, Image Photoline, LaserJet Printer Cartridge Metric (Hewlett-Packard Development Company L.P.), OKI MSM6376 Synth Chip PCM Format, Bliss for Windows (Handicom), Opera Binary Voice-related File (Opera Software ASA) and FileViewPro.
You can adjust your mp3 rate, bit rate and more in Audacity's Preferences. This works VERY well for me, and I use a Droid Eris for recording.