Voxpak is a gui for playing, recording, editing, renaming etc. voice and fax messages. Includes scripts for popping up sticky-notes or requesters with caller id info. Renames voice/fax messages to date+callerid. Written in python and pyGTK. It includes a small Kaptain version for KDE.
Voxpak is a pyGTK gui which uses the tools included with the Vgetty distribution to convert phone messages into a form usable by your favourite sound player and editor. I use Xmms as the player and baudline as an editor, and yes, baudline is over-kill :-), but it does allow you to speed up or slow down the speed of messages while maintaining a constant pitch. You could use Gnoise or even just the 'play' command, whatever you like.
Since Voxpak is written using pyGTK you will need to have that installed. I think pyGTK is pretty much a standard for most distributions of Linux, so you probably already have it. If you prefer the KDE look, I've included a small script written for Kaptain in the downloads section. Kaptain's rpm only weighs in at about 500K and it's a tremendously useful tool for you to have around anyway.
Presently only the Kaptain version contains the means for recording. If I get enough feed-back, I'll re-write it for pyGTK.
What's New in This Release:
· prefs will now save properly again
· corrected ref to self.FAXEDITOR line 730: Reiner Mantik
· fax files converted to pbm for editing: Reiner Mantik
· kfax output redirected to /dev/null
· removed dependance on gdialog
· removed dependance on gless