neither "cooledit" nor "sound forge" has no capability to save G.729 encoded files.
maximum result achieved - i have clean G729 encoded bitstreams created by asterisk's converter or using tools from here: http://www.voiceage.com/openinit_g729.php
These files has no AU headers thus no playable by IOS.
Two another variants: use this http://www.ciscounitytools.com/HelpFiles/SetWAVFormat.htm tool, which requires Unity on windows (I have no Unity) ot to use built-in to CCM4 MOH transcoder (I have no CCM4).
may your recorder.tcl be used for this with incoming call thru g729 dial-peer?
thanks for your help.
neither "cooledit" nor "sound forge" has no capability to save G.729 encoded files
At least for cooledit, that incorrect. As I wrote in a previous post, the conversion is not done with "save as", instead you've so select all the stream, then hit F11 that activates the actual recoding. You see a progress window and it takes a little time.
If you changed the header format to g.728 in recorder.tcl, it should record a g.729 call as so, but I never tried that.
Sorry, I cannot find the way to save 729 from cooledit...
Maybe vesrion? I have 2.1.
F11 button only allows resampling but not recoding to 729.
Does anyone has the au_convert.exe file? Please email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Customer is looking for this file.
Thank you in advance.