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Offline MacGyver

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Re: Convert r24 to wav
« Reply #30 on: June 17, 2011, 11:38:37 AM »
Thanks for the update Hans and for the heads up on the r32 files. 

Hope to see you around the board. :054:
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Offline onebelow0

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Re: Convert r24 to wav
« Reply #31 on: June 20, 2011, 03:57:37 PM »
Hello I have a user that want's to save a couple of voicemails as wav files. Is that the exe tool you mentioned before or the command line option?

Thanks!

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Re: Convert r24 to wav
« Reply #32 on: June 21, 2011, 11:24:32 AM »
Hello I have a user that want's to save a couple of voicemails as wav files. Is that the exe tool you mentioned before or the command line option?

Welcome to the board!

To answer your question either tool would do that.  Have you been able to isolate the files that need to be converted?
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Offline atmarosi

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Re: Convert r24 to wav
« Reply #33 on: June 23, 2011, 03:00:20 AM »
Any way I can get a copy of the documentation and conversion tool? I need to replace some recordings - and all I have is mp3/wav files...Thanks in advanced!

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Re: Convert r24 to wav
« Reply #34 on: June 23, 2011, 10:51:11 AM »
Any way I can get a copy of the documentation and conversion tool? I need to replace some recordings - and all I have is mp3/wav files...Thanks in advanced!

Hi atmarosi.  Welcome to the board.  In reviewing your profile it doesn't appear you're a tech or admin, so before we move forward and I help you do something that could potentially bring down your system, I'd like to offer you a little advice.

Going the other direction (wav/mp3 to r24) really takes a little knowledge of workings of the system.  You actually have to make a place for the new recordings to be inserted, identify the location, convert the files, and then insert them into the file structure.  At one time I had created a set of directions to do that, but I apparently don't have a copy of them any longer.  Even with the directions you had to have a good working knowledge of the Sysmon console etc., and unfortunately there is no real documentation on the converstion tool other than the DOS help that obtained at the prompt. 

There are situations where we do the conversion and insert them, but unless you have a reason to go that route it's a lot easier and more common for users to play the mp3 into the phone to create the new recording.
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Offline atmarosi

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Re: Convert r24 to wav
« Reply #35 on: June 24, 2011, 12:49:31 AM »
Thanks for looking out MacGyver - I appreciate it.

I'm familiar with mp3 and other audio format/codecs so I'm not too concerned with the conversion aspect.  Also, I did some home work and read up on how others have accomplished replacing the custom recordings via this method:  monitor a custom recording locally on the VPU to grab the sit file name, convert the mp3/wav to r24, and then replace the custom recording monitored previously.

I'm going to test this method out on an empty slot just to verify that it's good to go - and then I've only got a couple of new recordings to drop in.  Only thing I'm missing - convert.exe :)

Thanks again.

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Re: Convert r24 to wav
« Reply #36 on: June 24, 2011, 11:27:13 AM »
Awesome.  It sounds like you've done your homework.  I'll shoot you a PM shortly and we'll make arrangements to get you set up with something to help.  :066:
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Offline mrselle1979

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Re: Convert r24 to wav
« Reply #37 on: July 20, 2011, 12:04:04 PM »
Can someone email me the conversion tool for r24 files?  We have a vm that our legal team needs and google isn't being much help except to direct me here.

Offline Ken The Phoneman

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Re: Convert r24 to wav
« Reply #38 on: July 20, 2011, 07:30:59 PM »
Can someone email me the conversion tool for r24 files?  We have a vm that our legal team needs and google isn't being much help except to direct me here.

Welcome to the board.  Is it just one file that needs to be converted to a wav, and if so have you been able to isolate the correct file?
-Ken

Offline zleviticus

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Re: Convert r24 to wav
« Reply #39 on: July 22, 2011, 03:52:40 PM »
I have been looking for a way to convert some of my audiotext recording to wav. Also will the converter do the opposite and convert from wav to audiotext format?  Our greetings would sound so much better recorded on a mic versus a phone handset.  Maybe i can even autotune some.. LOL

thanks for any assistance you can give.

Offline Ken The Phoneman

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Re: Convert r24 to wav
« Reply #40 on: July 22, 2011, 05:32:48 PM »
I have been looking for a way to convert some of my audiotext recording to wav. Also will the converter do the opposite and convert from wav to audiotext format?  Our greetings would sound so much better recorded on a mic versus a phone handset.  Maybe i can even autotune some.. LOL

thanks for any assistance you can give.

There is a tool that will allow you to convert from wav back to r24 as long as the wav is in the right format.  The program isn't very user friendly, and inserting the files and making them work is a tech level procedure however.  Are you comfortable with the file structure and how to isolate the file that needs conversion?  Just be careful as you could end up with a dead Axxessory Talk unit if you're not. 
-Ken

Offline Ian Schwartzman

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Re: Convert r24 to wav
« Reply #41 on: July 25, 2011, 06:24:40 PM »
I can't use the same username, it must still be in the sql backend somewhere.  I also had to register from a different external IP, seems only one registration per IP per [period of time].  Thank you for responding so quickly though it took me a while to get back.

They are from an older Intertel phone system, before the Mitel migration.  The extension is .n08a.  I'm fairly sure they are encoded using u-law ccitt.  I've been using ffmpeg to attempt to convert them to RAW or some other manageable form, though something is just not right.

Cheers!

Offline MacGyver

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Re: Convert r24 to wav
« Reply #42 on: July 25, 2011, 06:45:47 PM »
I apologize for the file error.  I'll go check the logs and see if I can find why it's blocking your other IP.

The .n08a must have been before my time.  I don't think I've ever even gotten a request to convert one of those before.  I'll send RCA (our Inter-Tel mod) a message to have him check his Inter-Tel files in case he has a conversion tool.  It may take a little time for him to check all his archives on external drives, but I'll post back as soon as I hear.
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Offline RCA

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Re: Re: Convert r24 to wav
« Reply #43 on: July 25, 2011, 07:58:56 PM »
Ian,

It would really help us if you know what model and software version the system is. Also, what folder are you pulling the files from? Any other info would be great.

It almost sounds like this might be an Axxent system or maybe they are the data files.

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Offline SA-Cowboy

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Re: Convert r24 to wav
« Reply #44 on: July 27, 2011, 12:59:25 PM »
Hi,
Can i please get this r24 to wav converter and instructions sent to me?
Thx.