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AMR file format, i.e. Adaptive Multi-Rate was developed by Ecrisson, which includes audio files that have been optimized to record speech. In addition, AMR is also a file format for storing spoken audio using the AMR codec, which enables mobile phone uses to store short audio recordings in AMR format.
However, unlike other audio codec formats for digital storing, files with .amr extension do not have ideal sound quality.
You can use AMR Player to play amr files on pc or you could try Leawo Blu-ray player for free
Posted on Mar 21, 2019
AMR (Adaptive Multi Rate) is common audio file format for mobile devices like mobile phones, laptops, portable recorders.. etc.
in fact totem movie player can't play any amr files (files encoded in amr codec) by itself. Totem Player depends on Gstreamer libs, which haves necessary media handling components .
from your post its not clear that whether your totem can't play movie files from the very beginning or just you can not play movies recently.
your totem player may lacks Gstreamer library files or somehow your Gstreamer libs got corrupted recently.
Reinstalling Gstreamer Library file may help you.
you can find latest source version of Gstreamer on this page
(more detailed download of Gstreamer can be found on http://openports.se/multimedia/gstreamer-0.10 )
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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