now a few questions that I know u probably ran into in the beinging. looking at my flash directory I see files ( example hailking.ulaw.raw) is the ulaw user defined or converted like that? when i pull the files off the flash they show up with a adobe photoshop icon.
update I have had the ring type in the selection list. but when i select it or try to play it on the 7940 phones it is telling me ring file unavailable. any thoughts on that? the ringlist.xml has been edited and the rockytop.raw file has been added to the directory. At first i though about the 8000 samples per second and the max being 16000 samples. so i pulled a working raw file off the server and cut down rockytop to match it making it about 6 seconds long. still getting file unavailable message.
Most likely when Photoshop was installed the default file types were associated with the app - files with the .raw extension are associated with the Adobe application, therefore tagging them with the icon. You can change this in the advanced settings - preferences of Photoshop. It should not inhibit the process of creating/modifying a ring tone.
Be sure to restart tftp after modifying the ring list xml file.
Here's the official procedure for creating a new ring type in CME from the TAC case collection:
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