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 To :  "Yate mailing list" <yate@v...>,"Roel Berger" <berger.roel@g...>
 From :  "Roeland Werring" <ruleking@g...>
 Subject :  [yate] duplex recording
 Date :  Fri, 14 Mar 2008 11:06:40 +0100
Hi all,

we now use yate in our live contact center as well, and it is running very
well, and rock solid, so bless you null team :)

We also record the calls, at the moment with lazyrecorder module, which
works ok. The problem is, in the current architecture, you need to record
both local and remote peer in a seperate file, and merge it later on with
for instance SOX. That is no problem at it self, we made a change in the
program that after recording ended yate executes a shell script to merge the
audio file. The problem is, when you havily load the server, and you give
record command for both local and remote peer, it goes totally out of sync
(couple of seconds) which gives a bit weird impression of the phone call.

Is there in yate 2 any possibility, to merge the 2 audio streams live in one
so we can record it as one audio file at once? If not, can you give me some
hints how to implement such a thing, then we can try to develop it our
selves, and if you like it submit it to the yate community ;)

Thank you,

-- 
Roeland Werring



Hi all,

we now use yate in our live contact center as well, and it is running very well, and rock solid, so bless you null team :)

We also record the calls, at the moment with lazyrecorder module, which works ok. The problem is, in the current architecture, you need to record both local and remote peer in a seperate file, and merge it later on with for instance SOX. That is no problem at it self, we made a change in the program that after recording ended yate executes a shell script to merge the audio file. The problem is, when you havily load the server, and you give record command for both local and remote peer, it goes totally out of sync (couple of seconds) which gives a bit weird impression of the phone call.

Is there in yate 2 any possibility, to merge the 2 audio streams live in one so we can record it as one audio file at once? If not, can you give me some hints how to implement such a thing, then we can try to develop it our selves, and if you like it submit it to the yate community ;)

Thank you,

--
Roeland Werring