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Application Server Upload File

Application Server Upload File

(OP)

Hi


I have a customer looking to change greeting files on an application server running vmpro that have been provided by a recording company. I will try using filezilla for copying the file across. I have been given a wav file , but not
sure what format it should be in before copying into the greetings folder on the linux server.
Sorry for basic ques..



cheers

M

RE: Application Server Upload File

Same as for Windows, PCM,mono,8KHz,16-bit

RE: Application Server Upload File

(OP)
Thanks for that :)

RE: Application Server Upload File

surly you should have specified this information BEFORE having the wav files created (although I would expect most recording companies to know the required formats for the common PBX's)


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