[Freeswitch-users] FreeSWITCH Voicemail - silence detection
lloyd.aloysius at gmail.com
Tue Oct 4 03:32:42 MSD 2011
Thank you for the references. I try to increase the threshold. So quiet
means lower . I just leave the silence-threshold as 200. Then increase the
hits to 10. That solve my issue.
<param name="record-silence-threshold" value="200"/>
<param name="record-silence-hits" value="10"/>
Thank you for the help
On Mon, Oct 3, 2011 at 3:26 PM, Michael Collins <msc at freeswitch.org> wrote:
> Yes, you can control this. The threshold value is described here:
> The silence hits is described here:
> Both of those link to the docs for the wait_for_silence dialplan tool,
> which discusses these values in more detail:
> In a nutshell, if you lower the threshold value then that means the silence
> needs to be "quieter" to be considered "silence." So, for a soft-spoken
> voice you would want to lower the threshold. I would experiment with that.
> Note that if you set the threshold too low then no silence will ever be
> detected. As for the "hits" value, that just tweaks how much silence FS
> needs to detect before it assumes there is silence on the line. The higher
> the number of hits, the longer the silent period needs to be for FS to
> assume it is "silence."
> On Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 6:01 PM, Lloyd Aloysius <lloyd.aloysius at gmail.com>wrote:
>> I have the voicemail issue. When someone soft spoken leaves a message
>> they get interrupted by the silence detection.
>> “to play this message press 1, to send this message press 2, to delete
>> this message and try again …”
>> I found two options in voicemail.conf. None of them make any difference.
>> <param name="record-silence-threshold" value="200"/>
>> <param name="record-silence-hits" value="2"/>
>> Is there anyway to increase the threshold or time out.
>> FreeSWITCH Version 1.0.head (git-0675b59 2011-06-06 21-28-14 -0500)
>> Thanks in advance.
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