[opus] library for creating Opus files?

Viswanath Puttagunta viswanath.puttagunta at linaro.org
Mon Feb 23 11:47:06 PST 2015

Hello Tony,

opusenc from opus-tools works for me.. Just tried it successfully on
my x86_64 Ubuntu Trusty 14.04 box.
I was just able to do
$ sudo apt-get install opus-tools
$ opusenc music_48kbps.wav music_48kbps.opus

I remember also being able to compile opus-tools
(git://git.xiph.org/opus-tools.git) some time ago.


On 23 February 2015 at 12:30, Tony <yellowjacketlite at gmail.com> wrote:
> I __think__ opus-tools' opusenc has code which can be used as a
> template/sample for how to create an .Ogg file with Opus content.  As
> expected, it makes use of libopus and libogg.
> There appears to be quite a few steps involved (several more than I'd
> expect), but I __think__ this is the only library, or sample code, that
> shows how to create audio file containing Opus.  Too bad there isn't a
> simplified wrapper for file CREATION like libopusfile does reading.
> If anyone knows of one, I'd appreciate the information.
> On Mon, Feb 23, 2015 at 7:38 AM, Tony <yellowjacketlite at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Which one of the various libraries on xiph.org allow me to create an Opus
>> file?  The 3 or so libraries on the Opus download page all seem to be for
>> reading files, converting and/or encode/decode streams.  I have device that
>> outputs a stream of Opus 'frames' and I need to save them into an Opus file.
>> --
>> Tony
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