[opus] recommended opus bitrate / opusenc setting for general?

Lucas Clemente Vella lvella at gmail.com
Sat Oct 24 21:50:45 PDT 2015

Well, with stored music files, with close to transparency bitrate, you
don't really need Opus. Now compare it with Vorbis when streaming on a low
bandwidth connection with real-time latency...

2015-10-25 2:01 GMT-02:00 Christoph Anton Mitterer <calestyo at scientia.net>:

> Hey.
> I just wondered,... which is the recommended bitrate and further
> settings of opusenc (like complexity and framesize) for general music
> (e.g. including classical music) to achieve more or less transparency?
> Talking about CD level audio (16bit; 44,1 kHz; Stereo)
> The only source I could find regarding that was:
> http://wiki.hydrogenaud.io/index.php?title=Opus#Music_encoding_quality
> But that seems to imply that transparency is achieved with 256bit...
> and "close to transparency" wit 128bit... and then I wonder why one
> would need Opus, because I thought that's about the same for
> AAC/MP3/Vorbis.
> Cheers,
> Chris.
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Lucas Clemente Vella
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