[Freeswitch-users] forcing ptime settings
brian at freeswitch.org
Wed Dec 23 07:55:58 PST 2009
That usually means they are saying 30 but sending 10 which is broken.. you can't say hey i'm sending 30 and then send 10... find a new provider or beat them to death with a cluebat in hopes they fix their broken stuff.
On Dec 23, 2009, at 9:48 AM, Matthew Fong wrote:
> I use the SIP Termination service from ezcall inc (grnvoip.com) and I'm having some trouble playing .wav files into the media stream using FreeSWITCH.
> The audio either comes out really slow, or really fast. So a 60 second .wav file is either finished playing in 90 seconds (really slow) or finishes playing in 20 seconds (really fast). I believe this is caused by different ptime values that are being setup in the session. In the FreeSWITCH console I often received this error
> [WARNING] mod_sofia.c:808 We were told to use ptime 30 but what they meant to say was 20
> I tried forcing the codec and ptime using absolute_codec_string='PCMU at 30i' and it seemed to fix the really slow playback problem.
> but now I'm getting a
> [WARNING] mod_sofia.c:808 We were told to use ptime 30 but what they meant to say was 10
> error and in some sessions the audio is playing back too fast (at 3x the speed).
> Is there a way I can force ptime to be 30 and avoid FreeSWITCH "fixing" the ptime values? Are there any other work arounds?
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