Record to a file.
If filename contains
%d, these characters will be replaced with a number incremented by one each time the file is recorded. Use
core show file formats to see the available formats on your system User can press
# to terminate the recording and continue to the next priority. If the user hangs up during a recording, all data will be lost and the application will terminate.
RECORDED_FILE- Will be set to the final filename of the recording, without an extension.
RECORD_STATUS- This is the final status of the command
- DTMF - A terminating DTMF was received ('#' or '*', depending upon option 't')
- SILENCE - The maximum silence occurred in the recording.
- SKIP - The line was not yet answered and the 's' option was specified.
- TIMEOUT - The maximum length was reached.
- HANGUP - The channel was hung up.
- ERROR - An unrecoverable error occurred, which resulted in a WARNING to the logs.
format- Is the format of the file type to be recorded (wav, gsm, etc).
silence- Is the number of seconds of silence to allow before returning.
maxduration- Is the maximum recording duration in seconds. If missing or 0 there is no maximum.
a- Append to existing recording rather than replacing.
n- Do not answer, but record anyway if line not yet answered.
o- Exit when 0 is pressed, setting the variable
q- quiet (do not play a beep tone).
s- skip recording if the line is not yet answered.
t- use alternate '*' terminator key (DTMF) instead of default '#'
u- Don't truncate recorded silence.
x- Ignore all terminator keys (DTMF) and keep recording until hangup.
k- Keep recorded file upon hangup.
y- Terminate recording if any DTMF digit is received.
This documentation was imported from Asterisk Version 18