I tried converting my audio files from 16kHz to 24kHz, because now it says in documentation that it is supported. I used the provided command in the docs to do so:
ffmpeg -i <input-file> -ac 2 -codec:a libmp3lame -b:a 48k -ar 24000 <output-file.mp3>
But when I try to play this file, I get an invalid response error, saying:
Error: The audio is of an unsupported bitrate 64000 . By looking into file details I clearly see, that bitrate is 48kbps and sample rate is 24kHz. I don't see any value where it would say 64 or anything close to it. It throws this error using developer console test tab, voice & tone tab and also using the physical device.
If I encode my file back to 16kHz it plays fine again.
Did anyone had any luck on encoding files to 24kHz?