I need to record greeting messages for our phone system. The recordings have to be .wav files, ULAW 8KHz, 64Kb/sec, mono. Is it possible to save wav files in that format using your software?
I assume your recording is mono… The steps I’m giving you won’t convert from stereo to mono.
After recording -
Find Project Rate (Hz) on the lower-left corner of the window. Change it to 8000Hz.
File → Export
Save As Type → Other Uncompressed Formats
Options → Header → WAV
Encoding → U-Law
I’m not sure if u-Law comes with the default installation, so if you don’t see that option download the optional [u]FFMPEG Import/Export Library[/u].
FYI - The 64kbps bitrate comes from 8kHz x 8-bit u-Law, so you don’t have to set it separately.
It does (Other Uncompressed Files) - http://manual.audacityteam.org/o/man/wav_aiff_and_uncompressed_export_options.html
Hi, good evening, Gale:
I need to upload a WAV audio to a PBX with the following specification:
- Settings: Custom
Encoding: Ley u de CCITT
Sample rate: 8,000 Hz
Sample size: 8 bits Integer
I follow the steps you provided in this forum but there is no “Other uncompressed format” under the “File” Option. Could you please help me? I would appreciate it.