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player for g.729, need player for g.729 files
vancedailey
post Jul 19 2005, 23:10
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We use an Asterisk PBX and we record our phone calls using the g.729 codec. I would like to be able to listen to these recordings using WMP or another popular media player. Does anyone know of a plugin allowing WMP to play g.729 files? Does anyone know of a another player which supports g.729?

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xmixahlx
post Jul 19 2005, 23:50
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best bet is to look for support for h323 or the openh323 project: http://www.openh323.org/code.html

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also, check for speex support (see if a speex plugin fixes your problem) - at least on linux, speex uses libopenh323
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vancedailey
post Jul 31 2008, 21:37
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QUOTE (xmixahlx @ Jul 19 2005, 16:50) *
best bet is to look for support for h323 or the openh323 project: http://www.openh323.org/code.html

[edit]
also, check for speex support (see if a speex plugin fixes your problem) - at least on linux, speex uses libopenh323
[/edit]


later



QUOTE (xmixahlx @ Jul 19 2005, 16:50) *
best bet is to look for support for h323 or the openh323 project: http://www.openh323.org/code.html

[edit]
also, check for speex support (see if a speex plugin fixes your problem) - at least on linux, speex uses libopenh323
[/edit]


later


Thanks for the suggestions however, my application involves receiving calls from Verizon and they only support g.711 and g.729. So I am stuck with g.729.
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