[Freeswitch-users] question on file string in playback
daveh at beachdognet.com
Mon Aug 8 17:38:37 MSD 2016
Ok I am not playing MP3 files just the files in the sounds directory Should that still work and why is mod shout necessary? I am using the standard play and get digits, playback, play and detect speech apps etc
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> On Aug 7, 2016, at 11:15 PM, Don Hawkins <hawkins at hawkinsegroup.com> wrote:
> Simple answer is no, you don't have to specific the sample rate. If your doing mp3 make sure mod_shout is loaded. I have plenty of code working properly with no sample rate specified, but all the wav files are 8k.
> Don Hawkins
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>> On Aug 7, 2016 10:50 PM, "Dave Horton" <daveh at beachdognet.com> wrote:
>> When using the playback application (or play_and_get_digits etc) do I need to specify the full path to the file under the base sounds directory, including the sample rate (e.g. 8000).
>> It’s a bit cumbersome to have to put the sample rate into the file string since that is dynamically determined at call set up, and I _thought_ that freeswitch
>> had the ability to automatically factor that in when locating the file. However, I can’t find examples that do that — am I wrong, and must I somehow
>> concoct a file string that will be different per call if different codecs are chosen?
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