[opus] OPUS encoded file required

Ralph Giles giles at thaumas.net
Sat Jul 17 23:37:24 UTC 2021

The Opus codec relies on external framing to determine packet lengths.
There's no such thing as encoded opus data stored without a container.

If you're familiar with RTP, this example code may be helpful. It
extracts the sequence of delimited packets from a `.opus` file format
and sends them over rtp.


Hope that's some help. Thank you for your interest in Opus.


On Thu, 2021-07-01 at 07:10 +0000, Lokesha S wrote:
> Hi Team,
> We here at Mitel started using OPUS codec for our products. We also
> do some call recording and load testing on particular codecs like
> OPUS, PCMU, iLBC etc. our RTP engine requires already encoded codec
> file to function. I am facing difficulty in creating or getting OPUS
> encoded audio data.
> All I need is some RAW audio data to be encoded by OPUS with rate 48k
> and 2 channels. Can you help me provide this file?
> On your official website, I was some example audio files but they are
> all with containers. I need just an encoded data without containers.
> Thanks in Advance
> -Lokesh
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