[Freeswitch-users] How to see if Freeswitch is transcodin

Florent Krieg flokrrr at gmail.com
Tue Oct 21 20:52:16 MSD 2014

Hi Karl,

You can for instance run a 'show channels' in the CLI, find out the two
uuids related to both legs of your call and check the codec used for each
of them, if it's the same then there's no transcoding (assuming ptime is
identical on both sides as well).
I'm pretty sure there must be a better way to do it, but I disabled
transcoding on my FS profiles so that's what I firstly thought about.


2014-10-21 14:05 GMT+02:00 kthofer <karl-theo_hofer at inteli-sim.com>:

> Hi There
> I am looking for a simple way to see if FS is actual transcoding between
> two channels
> in our usecase FS is setting up 2 outbound calls and after the A-leg has
> answered we set up a second outgoing call when answered we bridge the 2
> legs.
> I can not see if FS is transcoding or not with out doing a siptrace on
> the 2 legs.
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