I’m looking for a way to allow a caller into my FreePBX to be connected as an audio source to a Zoom conference (i have the free version, which doesn’t allow call-in numbers). I use Sparkocam to control video and audio for Zoom.
I’ve tried a couple of softphone extensions (Zoiper and Microsip). Though I can configure them to use Sparkocam/Zoom for audio input, there does not seem to be a way to direct the audio output to Zoom.
Any ideas on how to accomplish this?
short answer?.. No.
if your Zoom doesnt allow dial-in, you likely can not dial in to your zoom.
if you have softphones already, that usually means internet-connected devices (laptop, phone), so why not just Join the zoom meet directly?
Perhaps Jitsi + jigasi (A SIP connector) is a self hosted solution that could work for you
Sorry, I guess I didn’t explain what I’m trying to do clearly.
I’m not trying to dial into Zoom. I want to be able to call another person and have them be able to hear and speak in a Zoom conference to which I’m connected. Only Zoom Pro (which carries a charge) allows people to call in via phone to a Zoom conference. I have Zoom Free which does not permit call-ins.
You can connect to Zoom with OBS also
Thanks, dicko! This looks like it might work. I’ve downloaded the software and I’m playing with it now.
Use cross-connected virtual sound devices or buy two cheap USB sound cards and short mini jack cables (this would cost less than $10 total).
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