[Freeswitch-users] Record and live stream WAV to HTTP server
s.safarov at gmail.com
Sun Apr 3 21:30:41 MSD 2016
Please look at webdav mounted filesystem.
On Sun, Apr 3, 2016, 19:17 Vincent Gire <vincent.gire at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Thank you to all contributing to FreeSWITCH !
> I'm working on a IVR project where logic is implemented on a HTTP server.
> We are leaving Twilio because we now need to record and live stream the
> session to the HTTP server in WAV format (chunked transfer encoding).
> *mod_httapi* looks great (HT TAPI very similar to Twilio's) but it seems
> that the records are first saved to disk before there are sent to the
> server as chunked data.
> We need the transfer to start as soon as the recording starts.
> *mod_shout* does start the request almost as the records starts but it
> does not support WAV file and shout:// is not exactly a HTTP request
> (SOURCE method instead of PUT).
> Is there a way to use these modules to achieve our goal ?
> If not, we are willing to author a specific module or rather contribute to
> the existing ones.
> We've identified two approaches:
> 1. From *mod_httapi* Modify mod_httapi to directly stream the record
> instead of completely saving it to disk before the HTTP chunked transfer
> This seems the most logical but with more than 3000 lines, mod_httapi
> does not seem to be the easiest module to build upon for newcomers!
> 2. From *mod_shout*
> 1. Modify libshoot to replace the custom SOURCE method with
> standard HTTP PUT method
> 2. Modify mod_shout to support wav files
> What do you think ?
> Thank you for your help.
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