[Freeswitch-dev] conference with background sound + some details on t
mike at jerris.com
Sat Aug 9 17:32:40 EDT 2008
On Aug 8, 2008, at 5:24 AM, t <t at c-base.org> wrote:
> i already asked this on the fs-users list.
> so i like to ask the developers if they can give me some hints.
> i like to setup conferences with some ambient music in the background.
> is there a background sound parameter?
> when i use the perpetual sound with local_stream its fine. but all the
> users have unmute themselve first.
You can adjust the flags on entry to the conference, I think the
syntax starts with +flags.
> how can i do things with a user after he entered a conference?
> in the dialplan?
> via script?
> ... like unmuting him.
You can use fsapi commands anywhere you have access to them via event
socket, xmlrpc, console, embedded languages and other ways.
> a more general question is how to play no-sound for certain events.
> if there is something like:
> <param name="kicked-sound" value="conference/conf-kicked.wav"/>
> can i set it to something like:
> <param name="kicked-sound" value="nosound"/>
Just don't set that option on the conference profile and it won't have
any sound associated with it
> some more background about me ...
> i thought it is a really common setup to have conferences with
> by thinking deeper about the idea with queuebased conferencing and
> room-oriented ivr-system (voice-muds) i started the project blabla
> its still a on a very beginning) [python + yate]
> -- https://blabla.bountysource.com/
> i also took part on the idea of VARE (virtual a rendering engines)
> is hyperlinked conferencing.
> or a base for some "audio-web".
> http://blog.justdigits.de/?cat=11 <-- sorry german
> but basically a audiointerpretation of documents like
> http://justdigits.de/vare/Erdgeschoss.vare#S by some 16 channel mixer
> ontop of asterisk and xmpp.
> since 1 year i work on something called dialstation.
> which is php+rubyonrails+freeswitch.
> more about this can you see on my talk on asterisktag. [where i also
> announced the release of FreeSWITCH 1.0 ;-) ]
> thats for now. lets see who i meet here on this list.
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