[Freeswitch-users] Post-processing conference recording

Sebastian Kemper sebastian_ml at gmx.net
Mon Apr 17 10:17:58 MSD 2017

On Sun, Apr 16, 2017 at 11:33:47PM -0500, Chad Phillips wrote:
> I’m looking to do some simple post-processing on a recording made via
> “conference foo recording start /tmp/bar.mp4” — in this case, just fix
> up the file permissions and move it to a web-accessible directory.
> I’m curious how others have approached this. My current plan is:
>  - Fire up a simple event listener (probably a node.js service,
>  running as the same user that runs the FreeSWITCH process)
>  - Listen for ‘del-member’ conference event, where Conference-Size is
>  0 (I'd prefer some kind of 'conference-end' event, but didn't find
>  any documentation saying something like that exists)
>  - Locate the recording based on conference name, then handle the
>  perms/moving
> Would love to hear a better/cleaner approach if anyone has one :)

Hello Chad,

Provided you're using Unix you can set up a simple cron job at an
interval of your choice that checks for *.mp4 files in your recordings
directory and in case it finds some moves them over to your web
directory with the permissions you want.


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