Record and convert voice files in ADPCM, Mu-law, A-law PCM, VOX, WAV for Dialogic, NMS and other computer telephony products.
The Ideal WAV to VOX Tool
Generate and edit sound files in ADPCM, Mu-law or A-law, WAV, VOX, CVSD, PCM
and other computer telephony formats. Vox Studio by Xentec supports Dialogic, NMS, OKI,
Centigram, Syntellect, NewVoice, InterVoice, Nortel, Voicetek, Philips, Aspect,
Rockwell and many other CTI systems. Industry-standard speech file formats and
compression algorithms are supported.
Telephony tool for Call Centers, IVR and Voicemail systems
Vox Studio is a software tool for computer telephony (CTI). It allows the efficient editing and conversion of digitized messages for voice processing applications like Voice Mail, Interactive Voice Response (IVR), Call Centers, Phone Banking, Audiotex. The tedious tasks involved in the production of digitized sound files are now batch-automated and produce consistent top quality results for telephony, even after conversion. Pre-recorded studio tapes can be digitized and converted automatically.
Vox Studio, a toolbox by Xentec nv, allows
voice messages (prompts) to be prepared in-house using a PC, a multimedia sound
card, and a recording microphone. Vox Studio produces standard Wav files or Vox
files which can be manipulated by a wide variety of products: cards and systems
by Dialogic and NMS, Intervoice, IBM Directalk and Brite, NewVoice and OKI,
Philips, Voicetek Generations, Group 2000, Aspect and Nortel, Elan and
Bicom.These audio sound files can be used with applications and generators such
as Apex Omnivox, Stylus, Visual Voice, MediaSoft, Microlog Intela, Artisoft or
Parity VOS. Systems using CCITT (ITU) sound formats G.711, G.721, G.726 or
Sun/NeXT AU are supported too.
Conversion is possible between all the multimedia and voice processing
telephony formats known to Vox Studio. Some CTI system suppliers use indexed
voice files. Conversion from stand-alone files to these multi-message indexed
files and back is supported.
The tape-loader will automatically digitize a pre recorded (studio)
tape, detect the silences between successive prompts, decide where to cut and
save each prompt under a pre-assigned (or automatically generated) filename.
Special effects such as high-pass and low-pass filtering, DTMF detection and
removal, signal centering around the base-line, silence and volume normalization
can be applied.
Vox Studio has drag-and-drop capability. You can select telephony or multi-media
files from Explorer and drop them onto the Vox Studio icon. This will start the
sequential decoding and playback of the files you selected. All file formats
supported by Vox Studio can be played like this.
The format conversion functions can be performed in "background" batch
mode so that you can continue to use your PC for other tasks while Vox Studio
converts hundreds of files. You could, for instance, listen to prompts in Vox
Studio while file conversions occur in the background. Conversions can also be
controlled from an external application using Vox Studio's command-line
conversion capability. Here you will find more details on what Vox Studio can do: