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Old 08-10-2012, 02:30 AM
hoffm26 hoffm26 is offline
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Default Avaya DMCC stereo recording


Is it possible to conduct stereo recording (RX + TX) if avaya DMCC is set up?

I know in the past there was a limitation where the audio was already summated prior to recording.

Is there any way to flag the Rx packets and disinguish them from the Tx?

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Old 05-29-2015, 09:37 AM
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Your question is a bit confusing. Stereo would indicate a Left and Right channel. what your describing would be Duplex. Half Duplex would be Audio in one direction at a time and Full Duplex would be in both directions at the same time. Most if not all of the telephony formats for recordings are MONO not stereo.
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