Re: [Ekiga-list] (no subject)

An audio message is different from an audio conversation - Ekiga is optimised for conversations. If you want to record audio there are plenty of programs out there that will do that - Audacity comes to mind.
Hope this helps

peasthope shaw ca wrote:
Subject: audio message


Sorry for the previous copy with the subject not specified properly.

A logical way to send an audio message is to create a sound file and send it, mime encoded, by email. Hopefully, the receiving MUA can pass the sound data to a suitable interpreter with minimal intervention by the recipient.

Can Ekiga be used to encode and decode the sound? Can anyone cite or provide specific instructions to send an audio message?

Thanks,        ... Peter E.

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