How can I save the recorded calls automatically in CCX?

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Nov 30th, 2009
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I use CCX for contact center. I would like to record the conversation between agents and the callers.

I use server based recording and I can listen the recorded conversation by Supervisor Record Viewer.

I also can save the recorded conversation by Supervisor Record Viewer but one-by-one.

Could anyone suggest me how I can convert the raw files (saved by VoIP Monitor) into wav files simultaneously?

I know that the Supervisor Record Viewer is not intended to archive conversations, but I have read somewhere that is there any possibility to archive the recorded conversations automatically. Unfortunately I did not find how.

Thanks,

Laszlo

Correct Answer by Jonathan Schulenberg about 7 years 3 months ago

This has been covered on the forum before; however, I'll get you started so you know what you're searching for.


This is done in two parts:

  1. You need to configure a workflow action for CAD on the Answered event to start recording if you want this to happen automatically.
  2. You can use the Raw2Wav.exe file stored on the CCX server as part of a batch file to periodically convert the RAW files to WAV files. The Raw2Wav.exe utility only converts the file. Your batch script would need to take care of moving them off of the CCX server. Do *not* use the CCX server as your file server to store these!
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Jonathan Schulenberg Mon, 11/30/2009 - 07:20
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This has been covered on the forum before; however, I'll get you started so you know what you're searching for.


This is done in two parts:

  1. You need to configure a workflow action for CAD on the Answered event to start recording if you want this to happen automatically.
  2. You can use the Raw2Wav.exe file stored on the CCX server as part of a batch file to periodically convert the RAW files to WAV files. The Raw2Wav.exe utility only converts the file. Your batch script would need to take care of moving them off of the CCX server. Do *not* use the CCX server as your file server to store these!
Laszlo Zoltan Mon, 11/30/2009 - 07:57
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Thank you for the fast help.

I have found the converter program:

C:\Program Files\Cisco\Desktop\bin>crsraw2wav.exe

This is what I looked for. It is working.

Thanks,

Laszlo

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