[Sems] using pre-encoded g729 stream with announce

Stefan Sayer stefan.sayer at iptego.com
Tue Sep 16 11:20:13 CEST 2008


o Andrew Radke [09/16/08 03:27]:
> Hi all,
> I'd like to use announce as a music on hold service with a pre-encoded 
> g729 stream. I have it working perfectly with a wav file and g711u but 
> this is too high bandwidth for MOH with Internet routed calls.
> Could announce or SEMS in general be setup to stream pre-encoded streams 
> in different codecs in the same way it does with wav files and g711u/a?
try precoded_announce application, its config file, e.g.
point to a .predef file (example here:
) which defines the different available codecs and points to their raw 
files; for g729 the following line should work
# format:
# codec id;payload name;samplerate;channels;format parameters;frame
# milliseconds;frame bytes;filename (full path)

or, if you want to send 10 ms packets (probably not, if you want to save 

Alternatively, if you can, use codecs like speex, or iLBC.


> Regards,
> Andrew Radke
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