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Recording Voice Prompt

  • This topic has 6 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated 16 years ago by OrdeJ.
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    bobby
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    I am trying to recordering new voice prompt for my tenor, please help me which type of software I can use to record it. as I know it need to record in certain type of voice. ( ITU-CCITT, Mu-law,..etc)
    please help
    bobby

    #27620 Reply
    Amar
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    Use cooledit

    #27621 Reply
    Armando
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    For a simple recording, you can use the Microsoft Sound Recorder.
    Make sure you change it to CCITT format.

    Regards,
    Armando

    #27622 Reply
    Appan KH
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    you can use Windows recording and save the file as per your required format.

    Programs-accessories-entertainment-sound recorder.

    you can also Edit the file through wave file editors

    #27623 Reply
    kashif
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    I used Vox Studio 3 for recording prompts for Quintum. It is freely available.

    #27624 Reply
    Kobe
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    You mean i’ve record a file and save it as .wav will work. Does quintum need any additional codec??? As i downloaded some sample wav file from quintum.com. all the wav file are not playable giving me alot of weird sound. Please advice

    thanks in advance

    #27625 Reply
    OrdeJ
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    Actually ivr files are wav files, but in raw format – without file header. In cooledit open sample files as raw, than set bitrate 8, and ulaw codec…

    After recording new files, save it as raw file, also set proper codec, sample rate, and than transfer files to quintum.

    If you record files as normal wav than quintum will play header of files and you will have some noise in front of each ivr files

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