Custom Ring Back Tones

Ringback (sponsored by Front Logic)


This addition lets you set artifical ringback on a channel
that is waiting for an originated call to be answered.

the syntax is

<action application="set" data="ringback=[data]"/>


where data is either the full path to an audio file
or a teletone generation script..

syntax of teletone scripts

LEGEND:

0-9,a-d,*,# (standard dtmf tones)

variables: c,r,d,v,>,<,+,w,l,L,%

c (channels) - Sets the number of channels.
r (rate) - Sets the sample rate.
d (duration) - Sets the default tone duration.
v (volume) - Sets the default volume.
> (decrease vol) - factor to decrease volume by per frame (0 for even decrease across duration).
< (increase vol) - factor to increase volume by per frame (0 for even increase across duration).
+ (step) - factor to step by used by < and >.w (wait) - default silence after each tone.
l (loops) - number of times to repeat each tone in the script.
L (LOOPS) - number of times to repeat the the whole script.
% (manual tone) - a generic tone specified by a duration, a wait and a list of frequencies.

standard tones can have custom duration per use with the () modifier
7(1000, 500) to generate DTMF 7 for 1 second then pause .5 seconds

EXAMPLES

UK Ring Tone [400+450 hz on for 400ms off for 200ms then 400+450 hz on for 400ms off for 2200ms]
%(400,200,400,450);%(400,2200,400,450)

US Ring Tone [440+480 hz on for 2000ms off for 4000ms]
%(2000,4000,440,480)

ATT BONG [volume level 4000, even decay, step by 2, # key for 60ms with no wait, volume level 2000, 350+440hz {us dialtone} for 940ms
v=4000;>=0;+=2;#(60,0);v=2000;%(940,0,350,440)

SIT Tone 913.8 hz for 274 ms with no wait, 1370.6 hz for 274 ms with no wait, 1776.7 hz for 380ms with no wait
%(274,0,913.8);%(274,0,1370.6);%(380,0,1776.7)

ATTN TONE (phone's off the hook!) 1400+2060+2450+2600 hz for 100ms with 100ms wait
%(100,100,1400,2060,2450,2600) 

Ringback (sponsored by Front Logic)


This addition lets you set artifical ringback on a channel
that is waiting for an originated call to be answered.

the syntax is

<action application="set" data="ringback=[data]"/>


where data is either the full path to an audio file
or a teletone generation script..

syntax of teletone scripts

LEGEND:

0-9,a-d,*,# (standard dtmf tones)

variables: c,r,d,v,>,<,+,w,l,L,%

c (channels) - Sets the number of channels.
r (rate) - Sets the sample rate.
d (duration) - Sets the default tone duration.
v (volume) - Sets the default volume.
> (decrease vol) - factor to decrease volume by per frame (0 for even decrease across duration).
< (increase vol) - factor to increase volume by per frame (0 for even increase across duration).
+ (step) - factor to step by used by < and >.w (wait) - default silence after each tone.
l (loops) - number of times to repeat each tone in the script.
L (LOOPS) - number of times to repeat the the whole script.
% (manual tone) - a generic tone specified by a duration, a wait and a list of frequencies.

standard tones can have custom duration per use with the () modifier
7(1000, 500) to generate DTMF 7 for 1 second then pause .5 seconds

EXAMPLES

UK Ring Tone [400+450 hz on for 400ms off for 200ms then 400+450 hz on for 400ms off for 2200ms]
%(400,200,400,450);%(400,2200,400,450)

US Ring Tone [440+480 hz on for 2000ms off for 4000ms]
%(2000,4000,440,480)

ATT BONG [volume level 4000, even decay, step by 2, # key for 60ms with no wait, volume level 2000, 350+440hz {us dialtone} for 940ms
v=4000;>=0;+=2;#(60,0);v=2000;%(940,0,350,440)

SIT Tone 913.8 hz for 274 ms with no wait, 1370.6 hz for 274 ms with no wait, 1776.7 hz for 380ms with no wait
%(274,0,913.8);%(274,0,1370.6);%(380,0,1776.7)

ATTN TONE (phone's off the hook!) 1400+2060+2450+2600 hz for 100ms with 100ms wait
%(100,100,1400,2060,2450,2600) 

Created by: mmurdock, Last modification: Mon 11 of Jun, 2012 (04:09 UTC) by admin
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