On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 5:45 PM, Steve Murphy <m...@parsetree.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 4:21 PM, Kevin Harwell <kharw...@digium.com> wrote:
>> On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 11:29 AM, Steve Murphy <m...@parsetree.com> wrote:
>>> When I load the opus codec (from digium),
>>> I don't see it in the "core show translation" output.
>>> Anybody know why?
>> I've downloaded "codec_opus" (from Digium) for Asterisk 13. After
>> starting Asterisk I issued the following command from the CLI:
>> core show translation
>> I was able to see opus information in the table output.
>> What version of Asterisk are you having the problem in? Also how did you
>> obtain the codec? Did you select it through menuselect or did you download
>> it manually and then copy the *.so files into the Asterisk lib directory?
> I'm in 13.17.0.
> Installed the external via menuselect, the installation downloaded and
> installed the codecs (opus, slik, sirens)
> I just checked again. opus is now in the list!
> It's not like I just missed it. I restarted asterisk. Not in the list.
> Restarted again. Not in the list.
> wrote my email.
> when I spotted your answer, I was going to include the output of "core
> show translation", but the
> originals were too far back in the past to scroll to, so I re-entered the
> command, and doggone-it,
> opus in the array now.
> Sorry to bother you. Maybe it took a few (>15min?) to register? (But the
> others showed up right away).
> For anyone else tempted to ask after installation and startup, if you
> don't spot opus, wait a few more mins
> and try again!
No worries I am glad to hear it is now working okay. My favorite kind of
bugs are the kind that turn out to not be bugs :-)
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