How to Customize a Voice Prompt File for MyPBX

Introduction
Refer to this application, users can customize a WAV file through Windows accessories recorder, or through other software to finish the format conversion, like WavePad .
Voice prompt file format:

1. Customize a voice prompt file in PCM format

Step 1. Open the Recorder software :
            Start menu--Program--Attachment--Entertainment--Recorder

Step 2. Open a recorded file or record a new prompt message file.


Step3. Click ‘file->Save As’ on the panel.




Step 4. Change the format, click the ‘Change’ button .

 

Step 5. Choose an option on ‘Sound Selection’.
Format: PCM
Attributes: 8.000 kHz,16Bit, Mono 15Kb/sec


                                                  
Step 6. Click ‘OK’ to save the settings and the voice file.


2. Customize a voice prompt file in A-Law(G.711) format

Step 1. Open the Recorder software :
Start menu--Program--Attachment--Entertainment--Recorder

Step 2. Open a recorded file or record a new prompt message file.


                                  
Step3. Click ‘file->Save As’ on the panel.


                                              
Step 4. Change the format, click the ‘Change’ button .



                                                     

Step 5. Choose an option on ‘Sound Selection’.
Format: CCITT A-Law
Attributes: 8.000 kHz,8Bit, Mono  7Kb/sec


                                                     
Step 6. Click ‘OK’ to save the settings and the voice file.


3. Customize a voice prompt file in U-Law(G.711) format

Step 1. Open the Recorder software :
Start menu--Program--Attachment--Entertainment--Recorder

Step 2. Open a recorded file or record a new prompt message file.


                                                    
Step3. Click ‘file->Save As’ on the panel.


    

 

Step 4. Change the format, click the ‘Change’ button .


                                                    

Step 5. Choose an option on ‘Sound Selection’.
Format: CCITT u-Law
Attributes: 8.000 kHz,8Bit, Mono 7Kb/sec


                                               
Step 6. Click ‘OK’ to save the settings and the voice file.


4. Customize a voice prompt file in GSM6.10 format

Step 1. Open the Recorder software :
Start menu--Program--Attachment--Entertainment--Recorder

Step 2. Open a recorded file or record a new prompt message file.


                                                   

Step3. Click ‘file->Save As’ on the panel.


                                           

Step 4. Change the format, click the ‘Change’ button .


                                                         

Step 5. Choose an option on ‘Sound Selection’.
Format: GSM 6.10
Attributes: 8.000 kHz, Mono  1Kb/sec


                                                    
Step 6. Click ‘OK’ to save the settings and the voice file.

5. Customize a voice prompt file in GSM format

Step 1. Download and install WavePad audio editing software and install it on your PC.
You can download the software here: http://www.nch.com.au/wavepad/index.html

Step 2. Run WavePad and click ‘Open File’ on the panel.

                                                           

Step 3. Choose the audio file which you want to convert to GSM format and click ‘open’

                                                    

Step 4. Click ‘file->save file as’ on wavepad panel.

                                                       

Step 5. Save as ‘GSM(*gsm)’ format and save.

                                                   

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