[CELT-dev] Last call for Opus specification

Ralph Giles giles at xiph.org
Tue Nov 8 12:30:21 PST 2011


Just a heads up that the IETF codec working group has issued a last
call on the draft Opus specification. This means we think the draft
adequately documents the format, and that we're willing to live with
whatever bugs are present in the reference implementation, if they
can't be fixed without breaking decodes.

In turn, this means we could really use some feedback from
implementers. If you've been using celt, or are considering using
opus, please download the latest source release:


Give it a try, and let us know if you run into any issues. In
particular, the API hasn't had a lot of usability testing.

If you have editorial or codec development experience, please review
the draft specification and report any issues you find:


Bonus points for actually trying to implement the spec!

The deadline for feedback on this (hopefully final!) draft is November
19. Reports are welcome on the IETF mailing list
(https://www.ietf.org/mailman/listinfo/codec), here, or to any of the
primary developers personally: Jean-Marc, Tim, Greg, or myself.


Ralph Giles
Xiph.org Foundation for open multimedia

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