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You may have come across an error message saying g729 .yate codec. There are several ways to solve this problem, so we will discuss them in a moment.
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Qodec G.729 Codec
Qodec is a proprietary and licensed library that implements the G.729 audio codec Appendix B. It may be developed by RAI Software SRL and is likely to be licensed per channel.
Currently, this codec may have only been tested for the ix86 protocol on Linux, although the original number does not depend on it.
To download a library, tap a provider. You must definitelysee the license pool to help you use it.
Create Current Yate Module
The build process should have g729codec-qodec, which Yate has already built and installed. You should periodically run make install or make install-noapi in addition to running Yate. Thus, if Yate is not installed on your site by default (origin closes after /usr/local, which is not actually the default), the path to libyate must still be specified in /etc/ld.so.conf, and ldconfig – You are allowed to run.
Get the vendor that comes with the archive and extract it to a progressive directory:
mdir Qodeccd xzf Codectar ../Qodec.Linux.0.11.3.3.tgzCD..
Download and extract the source code for the Yate module and change to this directory:
resin xzf yate-g729-qodec-1.1.0-1.tar.gzYate-G729-Qodec CD
Now configure, build, install and be sure the module:
Then add the following line to the regexroute.conf file (usually in /etc/yate or /usr/local/etc/yate):
Do Something Special With The Module
There are two requirements at runtime:
- libQodec.so should n be duplicated in the directory specified in /etc/ld.so.conf, most likely /usr/lib /usr/local/lib
- The driver license of the Qodec.bind file must be placed in the settings directory, i.e. conf.d and for /etc/yate or /usr/local/etc/yate.
The license to start the course must be valid for your hardware in accordance with your license agreement. Remember to request enough channels for your application.
You will discover new types of business, such as:
InformationModule loaded G729 - based on libQodec-0.11.3.3There are 60 experimental channels G729
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