Opus Audio Codec 1.4.9
One of the remarkable things about Opus is its adaptability. It can adjust its performance based on your internet connection, ensuring you get the best possible audio quality, no matter how fast or slow your internet is. So, even in areas with weaker connections, you can still have a smooth and clear audio experience.
Whether you're making a voice call with friends or family, playing online games with your buddies, or streaming your favorite music, Opus ensures that you get the most out of your audio. It can handle a wide range of audio types, from speech to music, providing excellent quality across the board.
Opus has gained popularity and support across many applications and devices. Major web browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and Edge natively support Opus, making it easier for developers to incorporate this technology into web-based audio applications. As a result, you can enjoy its benefits seamlessly without needing any additional downloads or installations.
As technology continues to advance, Opus will likely keep evolving, further enhancing your audio experience. With its ability to provide high-quality audio, adapt to varying internet conditions, and support from popular platforms, Opus is undoubtedly here to stay, making your digital audio experience more enjoyable than ever before.
The software tools you will need in order to work with this format are:
- the Opus decoder (opusdec.exe),
- the Opus encoder (opusenc.exe) - both packed into Opus tools zip file
- and the foobar2000 player, in order to play .Opus files.
You can also download the DLLs: libogg.dll & libopus.dll, both packed into Opusfile archive.
If you want to add support for opus files to other media player, we recommend to install DC-Bass Source Mod.
To convert other audio files (.mp3, .flac, .aac, etc) into opus files and vice versa, use one of these audio converters: TAudioConverter, LameXP or Opus GUI.
Changes to Opus 1.4:
+ Opus 1.4 brings the following improvements and fixes:— Full list of changes.
- Improved tuning of the Opus in-band FEC (LBRR). See the
https://gitlab.xiph.org/xiph/opus/-/issues/2360 for details
- Added a OPUS_SET_INBAND_FEC(2) option that turns on FEC, but does not force SILK mode (FEC will be disabled in CELT mode)
- Improved tuning and various fixes to DTX
- Added Meson support, improved CMake support
+ Using libopus-1.4, libopusenc-0.2.1 and opusfile-0.12 - GCC 12.2.0 compiles.
Opus Audio Codec is absolutely necessary for those users handling Opus audio files and you will be more than satisfied with installing this small, yet powerful application on your computer.
You can download it for free and enjoy the wide range of audio applications made possible by the Opus file format.
Thanks for developing it!