WAV files for ringback tones?


#1

I’m working on a Asterisk install for my office. I’d like to be able to customize the ringback of each user using WAV (MP3, whatever) files rather than the typical tones.

Can someone point me in the right direction for info? All I’ve been able to find is info on changing the frequency/pattern of the tones rather than replacing them with an audio file.

TIA.

T.


#2

There is only answer. and that is why? You could do it, but its totaly pointless.


#3

Why? Because I work for very creative people who want to customize their caller’s experience.

That, and it’s an interesting technical problem.

Need I say more? :wink:

T.


#4

[quote=“streamingmeemee”]Why? Because I work for very creative people who want to customize their caller’s experience.

That, and it’s an interesting technical problem.

Need I say more? :wink:

T.[/quote]

That, and it’s an interesting technical problem.

Nah, not really :wink:

exten=>100,1,Dial(SIP/100,45|m)

the “m” is your friend (music).


#5

Hmm… That’s def. on the right track. But it seems that I would have to have a MusicOnHold class for each user/extension that wanted a custom ‘ringback’, yes?

Thanks!

T.


#6

Nope :smiley:

exten => …37,1,Dial(Sip/37,20|m(nameofmusicfile))


#7

Brilliant! Thanks!

T.


#8

It works, but it just plays head of sound only first time. After then the ringback music is played middle of sound(maybe the point of first played).
I want it plays head of sound everytime.
If you have the answer, let me know.