Re: How to Record .au format for new MoH files in flash
As posted by Michael Albert, start with a .wav and:
On a Windows XP machine go to Start>Programs>Accessories>Entertainment>Sound Recorder. Open the .wav file with Sound Recorder, then choose Save As. In the Save As dialog, near the bottom click 'Change' at Format. In the Sound Selection dialog that opens, choose 'CCIT u-law' in Format, and '8.000 kHz, 8 bit, Mono, 7kb/sec' for Attributes. Clikc OK, then save the file where required.
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