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Format for MOH wav files in WAVDIR on a linux

Format for MOH wav files in WAVDIR on a linux

Format for MOH wav files in WAVDIR on a linux

(OP)
Hi All,

I hope that you can help me out here.

I migrating a IP Office 412 to a server edition, and I need to keep the moh audio from their old cd player

I'm going to use the WAVDIR on the Linux server, but I don't what is the best file format for it.

So my question is what is the best possible wave format that I can convert the cd to ?

Thanks for reading smile

RE: Format for MOH wav files in WAVDIR on a linux

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RE: Format for MOH wav files in WAVDIR on a linux

If its a physical server, you could look at using a USB audio card and then they can plug in their CD player.

Stuck in a never ending cycle of file copying.

RE: Format for MOH wav files in WAVDIR on a linux

Same format across the board for IPO- 16-bit 8000hz wav.
copy from your customer's source and use Audacity to convert.

If vegetarians love animals so much, why are they eating all of their food?

RE: Format for MOH wav files in WAVDIR on a linux

(OP)
Thanks for your help everyone smile

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