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  • Comm Port Settings
    more details about the selected port Note that only ports listed as available will actually be usable by BitPim Other ports may be in use by other programs such as Palm HotSync or ActiveSync They may also be switched off for the moment For example if you have a USB to serial cable and it is not plugged in then the port details will show up but it will be

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/ref-commsettingsdialog.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • File Contents View
    then shown in hex and finally the bytes as ASCII characters on the right Non printable characters are replaced with a period If you would like to edit the contents of a file or invoke it in another program you

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/ref-hexviewdialog.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Restore Files
    what you are doing The dialog lists the files that will be restored You can uncheck files that you don t want restored Note The filenames as listed are exactly the names of the files as they will restored Previous

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/dialog-restore.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Get Phone Data
    available on all data types Add The items you have on your phone will be added to those already in BitPim For example if you only have mycat bmp in the wallpaper folder then that will be added to the existing wallpapers in BitPim Note that if there is already an item with the same name then it will be overwritten with the new item of the same name Replace

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/dialog-getphonedata.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Send Phone Data
    wallpaper folder then that will be added to the existing wallpapers on the phone Note that if there is already an item with the same name then it will be overwritten with the new item of the same name Replace All items in BitPim will replace those in the same category on the phone For example if you have 3 wallpaper items in BitPim you will end up with only

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/dialog-sendphonedata.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Editing Calendar Events
    Cancel Discards the changes and closes the window General Fields The labels of these fields are color coded to indicate their applicability to the current phone Blue Applicable to this phone Red Not applicable to this phone Black Unknown applicability Summary Summary short title of your event Location Location of your event All Day Indicates an all day event when checked From The start date and time of your event Note that this is in the local time of the phone To The end date and time This needs to be after the start time It can be on another day Note that this is in the local time of the phone For repeating events the date needs to be set for the last day of the repeat Priority Priority of your event Alarm How many minutes in advance to sound the alarm For example a value of 60 would set the alarm off one hour before the start time listed above Use 1 if you don t want an alarm Repeat Fields Repeat Types Select the repeat type for this event Currently BITPIM supports Daily Weekly Monthly and Yearly repeat events Additional options are available for Daily and Monthly

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/editingcalendarevents.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Merging phonebook entries
    field value has changed as a result of the import then BitPim will show the existing and or imported values as appropriate as well Values in red text have been removed Right click on any cell to get this menu Edit You can edit the entry Revert field to existing imported value The field value will be changed to the existing imported value The options will be grayed out if

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/dialog-mergingphonebookentries.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Audio Conversion
    it did that you would be able to tell the difference Sample Rate The is how many slices each second is chopped into While having as many as possible is better there is a limit The speaker in your phone won t go very high as it is optimised for speech which can typically be represented in less than 8000 cycles per second Human hearing is limited to 20 000 cycles per second and decreases as you get older Each cycle is single wave of sound If you are an audiophile you ll want double the number of samples as there are cycles which is why CDs use 44 100 You ll also not want to confuse a cell phone ringtone with CDs a good amplifier and speaker setup Bitrate kbits second This is how many thousand bits of data are used per second to represent the sound This is done by approximating the sound information with the coarseness of the approximation based on the the bitrate and the sample rate The more samples you have the fewer bits are available to represent each one The bitrate is what accounts for the resulting file size Optimization QCP Only This defines the level of optimization in converting to QCP files The conversion can be optimized for audio quality with larger file size or smaller file size with less audio quality Crop Fields Clip Start The start of the clip specified as an offset in seconds from the beginning of the sound file Clip Duration The size how long of the clip in seconds Volume Adjustment Changes to the volume of the clip in decibels dB 0 dB specifies no changes positive dB specifies louder volume negative dB less loud Set Click on this to apply the values of the Crop Fields

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/dialog-audioconversion.htm (2016-02-14)
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