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Recording custom ring tones

We have tried to record some pcm .raw files through converting wave files. We have followed the guidelines documented in the CCO documentation http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/sw/voicesw/ps556/products_administration_guide_chapter09186a00800c2efa.html.

We have used both CoolEdit and SoundForge to try to convert the file. Through both tools, we have static/hissing sounds throughout the ring (when played on the phone) and there is a distinctive "clip" at the end. It sounds okay when played through the tool.

Any suggestions or tips as to resolving this issue?

We are also trying to locate the .raw (or wav) file of the chirp1 and chirp2 rings.

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Re: Recording custom ring tones

This is how I did it:

Go to a Windows machine and open 'Windows Sound Recorder' which is usually under Start -> Programs -> Accessories

- Open the .wav file

- Select 'Save As' from the File menu

- Click the 'Change' button

- From the pop-up window select 'CCITT u-Law' and Press OK

- Type in the name of your file with a .raw extension and select 'Save'

That should work with no problem...then just update the RingList.xml file and you should be all set.

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