How can I convert a *.amr sound file to windows supported file type?

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EDITED TO ADD:

A big Thank you goes out to Greg for this information:

Try this:

http://www.miksoft.net/mobileAMRconverter.htm

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Hi Everybody!

I recorded a sound file of my parrot talking with my cell phone. (he clams up if a camera is pointing at him) It is in the amr format. I want to make a little movie with pictures using Windows Movie Maker, and amr is not a supported file type:

The file D:\My Documents\My Sounds\Rufus-Speaks.amr is not a supported file type, and it cannot be imported into Windows Movie Maker.

Do one of you nice people have a program to convert a sound file to a Windows supported file type? Here’s what the movie program says is acceptable file types:

Audio files: .aif, .aifc, .aiff .asf, .au, .mp2, .mp3, .mpa, .snd, .wav, and .wma

If you have the software and knowledge and feel extremely helpful right now, please send me a private message saying you will do it. Then, I will add a note at the top of this post saying it is being worked on by a very kind and helpful person.

Here is Rufus talking:

http://members.cox.net/x-evolutionist/rufus-speaks.mp3

Thank you very much for considering helping me with this.

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