Opus (Q1466199)

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audio compression format
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Opus
audio compression format
  • .opus

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11 September 2012
25 September 2013
Opus is the first state of the art, free audio codec to be standardized (English)
This spells the beginning of the end for proprietary formats, (English)
It’s Opus, it rocks and now it’s an audio codec standard! (English)
12 September 2012
25 September 2013
all the patent holders have committed to making those patents royalty-free now that Opus is an IETF standard. The codec also includes an open source, BSD-licensed implementation. (English)
Newly standardized Opus audio codec fills every role from online chat to music (English)
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He is … one of the main authors of the Opus codec. (English)
25 September 2013
Articles by Jean-Marc Valin: About the Author (English)
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Timothy B. Terriberry is a long-time volunteer for the Xiph.Org foundation, working on codecs such as … Opus. (English)
25 September 2013
Articles by Timothy B. Terriberry: About the Author (English)
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Opus Codec: Contact (English)
For confidential enquiries, you can contact one of the following developers: … Koen Vos (Microsoft) (English)
25 September 2013
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Opus (audio codec)
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Opus Audio Codec
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