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jonjoeni (TechnicalUser) (OP)
7 Dec 09 5:57
Does anyone have a source for wav files in the correct format to use on the EVM or CF cards. As long as they are not like the ice cream van chimes so beloved by Panasonic.I want to use them on IP500 V5 slots.Format is PCM,mono,8bit no larger than 30seconds.
TomMills (TechnicalUser)
7 Dec 09 6:12
i use this to convert whatever you want to right format.

http://www.nch.com.au/wavepad/masters.html

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amriddle01 (Programmer)
7 Dec 09 6:41
jonjoeni, FYI you can go up to 90 secs now with WAV's the 30 sec restriction was removed back at 4.2 I think it was smile  

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scottjc (Vendor)
7 Dec 09 6:57
90 seconds total I THINK
or 3 30 second WAVS

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amriddle01 (Programmer)
7 Dec 09 7:03
Nope, you can have 3 90 sec wav files, it isn't cumulative smile

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amriddle01 (Programmer)
7 Dec 09 7:05
In fact it's 4 90 sec Wav's not 3 smile

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scottjc (Vendor)
7 Dec 09 7:06
Happy Days
Cheers

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amriddle01 (Programmer)
7 Dec 09 7:07
Music on Hold

The following changes have been made to music on hold (MoH) support.

· 3 Additional Internal Sources
Previously the IP Office has supported a single music on hold source which could be either an internal source (holdmusic.wav file), an external source connection or a default tone (IP Office 4.0+). Except for Small Office Edition, IP Office 4.2 systems can be configured with up to 3 additional internal hold music sources. These are loaded and stored in the same way as the standard holdmusic.wav file plus the IP Office will attempt to load new sources specified in a configuration merge.  

· IP500 Increased Internal Hold Music Length
The standard length of the holdmusic.wav file is 30 seconds. For the IP500 control unit, the length for all internal wav files for music on hold can be up to 90 seconds.  
 

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