I might also add, and don't get upset, this is for you to accept or not, either way I don't care ... but your comparison chart is either inaccurate or out of date.
Thanks for the info, I have double checked through telstra's on-line website (They also have a downloadable document.) and it is correct.
The prices they advertise are:
Digital Record - $50
Domestic Toll-Free - $0.605
International Tollfree - $2.530
Metered Access - $0.385
Total cost for 100 particpants: $1,155 + $50 for the recording.
What normally happens is services get discounted the higher the frequency of conferences and number participants etc.
So your on a good plan.
Now... to answer your actual question:
How do I take these recordings and convert them to a format for easy download from our website?
both .wav and .mp3 are standard formats, and will play on most devices.
.wav might be a large file size, and that would need to be converted http://philippe.laval.free.fr/DropMP...umentation.php
Drop MP3 - Based on LAME encoder supporting batch MP3 encoding. (open source)
(I don't have a mac so i cant test how this product works)
.wma is also a standard format for windows media player.
any windows os will be able to play this format, and any mac with windows media player installed will also be able to play this format.
- to get this on an ipod you might be able to import it through itunes and convert it.
the software above 'might' be able to convert wma files... give it a try. (dose not say on their website.)