Uploading dynamic voice guide

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Re: Uploading dynamic voice guide

Post by sera544 » 11 Aug 2008 09:48

Hi All..

I am trying to create the DYNAMIC VG...same way of Alcate OXE said....

Copied 700_vg0700^ file to /DHS3bin/adfexc and using the cp command copied the file to /DHS3ext/vg/dhs...file is recognized in Dynamic message number..i Assigned the number 700 to GD slot 2-0 in Assignment...i can't validate the file...here i have enclosed the error which i am getting...

System - OXE - Common Hardware - R.8.0.1
Msg format - 8khz 16bit Mono.

any idea's folks...

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Re: Uploading dynamic voice guide

Post by wizzy » 12 Aug 2008 04:50

Well I don't know chat could be the reason.

But can you try renaming the file from 700_vg0700 to 700 and repeat the procedure ????

Also as far as I can remember, the GD position is at 1-0
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Re: Uploading dynamic voice guide

Post by krzysioD » 12 Aug 2008 05:22

invalid file content => no Alcatel Audio Station used.

maybe 2nd shelf, 0 position? (2nd shelf connected by IP, not GD/HSL/MEX)
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Re: Uploading dynamic voice guide

Post by sera544 » 12 Aug 2008 07:08

wizzy wrote:Also as far as I can remember, the GD position is at 1-0
Hi all..

My GD position is 2-0....When i start getting R.8 from Alcatel..my main cabinet's start with Rack2...not from the 1...

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Post by kalel » 12 Aug 2008 08:14

You are the best thank you very much.....

ftye wrote:Hey guys....I finally got the procedure and it worked!!.



Please go through the procedure for transferring the voice guides using AAS into the system.



Transfer the wave file Alcatel Audio station.



Steps 1

Open the Alcatel audio station.
Select project. ---> new --> creation of empty vpr.file--->Name example xyz
select system scroll to dynamic voice guide.


Steps 2

select project
edit--> add--> select the wave file --> assign a five digit no example 00833-->
Give name example abc


Steps 3: compile



Steps 4 :save



Steps 5

Select Media--> transfer


Steps 6 select type dynamic message --> transfer file xyz.vpr



note:- it will select the directory /dhs3ext/vg/pc





Login to the 4400



You can check the file in directory cd /usr7/vg/pc the file which you have transferred through AAS.







Steps 7

mgr--> system-->descending --> dynamic voice guides--->(i) Import new files in database ---> validate

(ii) Clear import directory----> validate

(iii) Remove invalid files from database

System--> descending --> dynamic voice guides--->descending

(i) Assignment

Create VG Sub-message No. : 833

Add board shelf card



System--> descending --> dynamic voice guides--->descending ---> VG Message number-->

Descending---> Review/Modify

select All instances

VG Sub-message No. : 833 validate

File status Selected validate



Check the file in directory cd /usr7/vg/dhs the file which you have transferred through AAS with “^ “



which means this directory is active.



Now to test the voice guide create a tone test prefix. you can hear the dynamic guide bye entering the tone test prefix and the guide No

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Re: Uploading dynamic voice guide

Post by aquarius_DUP » 12 Aug 2008 09:55

Ok Gentlemen fine!

But if we consider the bandwith and quality (300Hz-3400Hz) of audio transmission there is a very simple solution without losing the original quality.
Just play and record! I tried it with a handset for receiving and a good quality loudspeaker for the source. :)
This is a simple way but quick and applicable!

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Re: Uploading dynamic voice guide

Post by krzysioD » 12 Aug 2008 11:15

First thing: license is needed.
Second thing: the customer gives you a digital recording prepared by professional and expects something more than from panasonic guy...
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Post by cavagnaro » 12 Aug 2008 11:19

:lol: :lol: I believe the panasonic comparisson is world-wide...however...why do we compare to panasonic? why not say "more than a cisco guy...or a nortel guy..." :?
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Re: Uploading dynamic voice guide

Post by NADA-Computer » 19 Nov 2018 11:03

ftye wrote:
26 Apr 2005 10:05
How do I upload a dynamic voice guide saved in wave format (it is a file) from my hard drive to the omniPCX 4400. The audio station is only for static voice guides. I am trying to set up a new presentation/greeting guide
Record your voice message as a wav file.

To record a voice prompt, you may simply...

Run "Windows sound recorder".
Record a wma (or a wav) file.

Then you'll need to convert your message to PCM 8000 kHz, 8 bits, mono.

To convert your sample you may wish to use ffmpeg.

On Windows, obtain a copy of ffmpeg from the following address (courtesy of zeranoe): http://ffmpeg.zeranoe.com/builds/
Decompress one of the latest ffmpeg builds into a temp folder.
Open the temp folder (ie. where you extracted ffmpeg).
Put a copy of your original Alcatel voice prompt, inside the ffmpeg's "bin" folder (just for your convenience).
Open a Command Prompt (Right Click then "Run as Administrator").
CD to your ffmpeg bin folder.
To convert your audio file to an Alcatel OmniPCX acceptable-format, type the following command:

ffmpeg -i MyOriginalVoicePrompt.wma -ac 1 -ar 8000 Converted.wav

This is it, you may now correctly upload your converted wav file into your Alcatel OmniPCX Phone System.

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