I've recorded very clear sounding greetings for the auto attendant and phone extensions from an iphone and PC as MP4 then converted, or recorded direclty in the Voice Edge Select as WAV files. When played back on my devices the quality is excellent, clear, with no back ground noice.
However when I upload the wav files into the Voice Edge Select and call into the auto attendant they are poor 1970's anwering machine quality which our customers can't understand.
Please advise. Thanks
Hi racer_rr and welcome to the business forums.
I can certainly assist with the quality of your recording. Do you by chance know the size of the WAV file you're uploading? This should be a mono recording, not stereo. It also should be 8-bit only.
Good afternoon, thanks for taking the time to reach out to us through the Forums! I would be more than happy to help with your voice edge select concerns. Can you please send us a private message with your full-service address, your name, and the phone number to the account?
Hello, did Comcast ever fixed the crappy sounding outgoing message? Our outgoing message still sounds horrible. We were told Comcast was working on it. What is the update? Thanks
Hello, thanks for taking the time to reach out to us through our business forums. I am sorry to hear that you are having an issue with your outgoing message quality. I would love to look further into this. Can you please reach out through private message with your first and last name, full service address and account number or phone number.
Hi there. This is a great coincidence as I also work on audio as well. I know setting up out going greeting messages can be stressful when the audio doesn't seem to fall in place. I have had this same issue and was able to find a quick work around. Have you tried exporting the audio at -3 decibals? Usually the conversion of audio increases the gain during conversion. -Rob K.