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Thread: Opus dBpoweramp Codec

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    Opus dBpoweramp Codec

    Opus is a lossy audio codec, designed by the Internet Engineering Task Force. It is a modern codec suited well to streaming (low latency).

    Download:

    http://www.dbpoweramp.com/beta/dBpow...Codec-Opus.exe

    1.2MB

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    Re: Opus dBpoweramp Codec

    Thank you! Spoon :smile2:

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    Re: Opus dBpoweramp Codec

    I noticed the output file is 48000Hz. Can a setting be added to adjust that?

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    Re: Opus dBpoweramp Codec

    Opus only offers 48KHz, it is a one frequency codec.

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    Re: Opus dBpoweramp Codec

    ???
    The option already exists, by default the Opus decoder produces the sample rate that the file was encoded from, unless you change the option to always decode to 48000Hz. Are you sure you did not change the option?

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    Re: Opus dBpoweramp Codec

    Can the option of VBR or CBR be added?

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    Re: Opus dBpoweramp Codec

    Th codec uses VBR already. If you wish to use other modes, we'll add more options.

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    Re: Opus dBpoweramp Codec

    Quote Originally Posted by PeterP View Post
    Th codec uses VBR already. If you wish to use other modes, we'll add more options.
    I was thinking CBR would be a nice option for archiving at the higher rates.

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    Re: Opus dBpoweramp Codec

    No idea why you'd want to use CBR for that though... CBR is useful in bandwidth-restricted contexts only (streaming); for archiving it's always harmful.

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    Re: Opus dBpoweramp Codec

    People like options.

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    Re: Opus dBpoweramp Codec

    Now we can decode opus files and write tags with dBpoweramp, sweet :3
    But I like options, and I find my CLI, that I've written month ago, more useful for encoding :p
    here it is.

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    Re: Opus dBpoweramp Codec

    How is the Beta testing going? Any eta on when opus codec will move out of beta?

    PS I did not see many threads on opus. :(

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    Re: Opus dBpoweramp Codec

    A little bit too early to release yet.

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    Re: Opus dBpoweramp Codec

    Now Released.

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