Best way to import WAV files - Unity 4.05 with E2K
Ive just been handed 2000 names in a CSV file to import as AMIS subscribers as well as 2000 recorded names. I thought there was a mechanism to import the recorded wave files with the user data - can someone please point me to the correct tool? Can the wave file be added/done in the CSV file? Thanks.
Re: Best way to import WAV files - Unity 4.05 with E2K
I know Im busy these days, but also blind at times too. After reviewing the Admin guide, I found the following:
VOICE_NAME Specifies the full path to a WAV audio file containing the recorded voice name of the subscriber. The audio file should have been recorded in a codec playable on all Cisco Unity servers in the network; no codec checking or conversion is done during the import.
Enclose the path in quotes if it contains any space characters.
I didnt deserve a reply from anyone, sorry to waste anyone's time.
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