Own Files
Source of own files
This list is where you manage the audio files you have created or specially obtained for the different PBX functions. You can for example use an external programme to create the audio files and then import them.
*Note: Using audio files that have not been created by yourselves, take care that no copyrights are infringed.
Alternatively, you can record the announcements on one of the PBX's internal phones. You can then assign the following file names to the audio files you create for the different functions:
AudioIn_MoH.wav (music on hold)
Phone_Auto_x.wav (announcement for automatic reception)
Phone_Hold_Line.wav (announcement for music on hold)
Phone_TvM_x.wav (announcement for announcement before answering)
emergency_call_not_possible_de.wav (announcement for emergency call)
conference_room_announcex.wav (announcement for conference rooms)
The file name of the audio file in format *.wav.
The size of the audio file in kB.
The length of the audio file in format hh:mm:ss.
A suitable programme is used to play the audio file. Depending on the used programme, the file can then, if necessary, be stored on a data storage device.
Deletes the entries marked in the list.
The audio file (*.wav) stored on a data storage device is selected and imported.
*Note: The audio files (*.wav) must have the following properties: Format wideband (16-bit, 16 kHz, mono) and file name containing 32 characters.
*Note: In the Internet, you can convert the audio files into the audio format required for the PBX (see Auerswald Audio Converter). For example, use the Audio Converter to convert audio files (*.mp3, *.mp4, *.wav or *.raw) into G.722 or G.711 (*.wav) audio format.