We are very happy that Opus, an exciting new open audio codec, is now officially standardized by the
Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).
Opus is particularly interesting for podcasts, radio books and internet audio in general due to its suitability for both, music and speech, and its outstanding sound quality at also very low bitrates.
In this article, we will listen to some examples of the Opus codec in action and have a closer look at the codec and how audio producers can benefit from it.
Opus is a lossy audio codec that has ...