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Topic # 13511 14-May-2007 12:50
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Heya..

I'd like to offer asterisk voice prompts (generic ones) to all geekzone people.
Can someone post, or email to me a list of the generic prompts Asterisk uses, and what format they are in?

I understand there is currently no prompts in a NZ accent.

Cheers,
ZollyMonsta





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  Reply # 70640 14-May-2007 12:54
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There's this ... it's incomplete tho.

edit: oops my reply doesn't actually answer your question. sounds.txt from the Asterisk source code is quite long, I'll PM it to you now.

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  Reply # 70938 16-May-2007 23:30
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Ok, got the info (Thanks Aw) and found a converter... So I will make available sometime soon asterisk voice prompts in a Male NZ voice.

Just wondering where I could post the zip file and wether I need to have all the other stuff... or will a zip file with just the GSM files be ok and be able to be used?

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ZollyMonsta





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  Reply # 71027 17-May-2007 16:44
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There are actually some in a female voice:

http://voiceprompt.archnetnz.com/index.php?p=home



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  Reply # 71030 17-May-2007 17:00
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Just thought I would offer a male voice.  But if there's no one interested I probably should spend my time on something else :)

*takes up knitting*

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ZollyMonsta




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  Reply # 71039 17-May-2007 17:59
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Heh!  I definitely think it would be worth while!

I'll even post it to the Daily Asterisk News for you!

Need anything in the way of audio editing?  I did the French prompts a while back and the editing was the hardest!



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  Reply # 71066 17-May-2007 20:43
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VentureVoIP: Heh!  I definitely think it would be worth while!

I'll even post it to the Daily Asterisk News for you!

Need anything in the way of audio editing?  I did the French prompts a while back and the editing was the hardest!


Ah.. perhaps I can gain fame (but no fortune).. :)

I have audtion so can edit easily.. and a professional mic and mic processing...
Found 'sox' last night which will convert to gsm.. but may need to do a test file and have someone confirm
it is converted correctly.

The biggest thing is finding the time.. :)





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  Reply # 71074 17-May-2007 21:22
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Yeah, you may want to also provide a copy in wav 48Khz and if you can be arsed a copy in ulaw (8Khz 16bit).

If you've got a g729 licence and Asterisk 1.4 you can also use the CLI command "convert" to convert them to g729, but that's getting extravagant!

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  Reply # 71081 17-May-2007 22:02
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Should be able to do that (well 48khz recordings).
Will post back here when I've managed to record the raw files to find out what I should do next :)





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  Reply # 71085 17-May-2007 22:48
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Sweet as, sounds good!

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