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Appendix E - OpusEnc encoder command line

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OpusEnc encoder, used during the development of this product, is available for download from the following link.

OpusEnc encoder latest build, with full source code, is available for download from its owner's website

 

Below you can find the full list of command line's options for OpusEnc version 0.1.9:

 

Usage: opusenc [options] input_file output_file.opus

 

Encodes input_file using Opus.

It can read the WAV, AIFF, FLAC, Ogg/FLAC, or raw files.

 

General options:

-h, --help         This help

-V, --version      Version information

--quiet            Quiet mode

 

input_file can be:

 filename.wav      file

 -                 stdin

 

output_file can be:

 filename.opus     compressed file

 -                 stdout

 

Encoding options:

--bitrate n.nnn    Target bitrate in kbit/sec (6-256/channel)

--vbr              Use variable bitrate encoding (default)

--cvbr             Use constrained variable bitrate encoding

--hard-cbr         Use hard constant bitrate encoding

--comp n           Encoding complexity (0-10, default: 10 (slowest))

--framesize n      Maximum frame size in milliseconds

                     (2.5, 5, 10, 20, 40, 60, default: 20)

--expect-loss      Percentage packet loss to expect (default: 0)

--downmix-mono     Downmix to mono

--downmix-stereo   Downmix to stereo (if >2 channels)

--max-delay n      Maximum container delay in milliseconds

                     (0-1000, default: 1000)

 

Diagnostic options:

--serial n         Forces a specific stream serial number

--save-range file  Saves check values for every frame to a file

--set-ctl-int x=y  Pass the encoder control x with value y (advanced)

                     Preface with s: to direct the ctl to multistream s

                     This may be used multiple times

 

Metadata options:

--comment          Add the given string as an extra comment

                     This may be used multiple times

--artist           Author of this track

--title            Title for this track

--album            Album or collection this track belongs to

--date             Date for this track

--genre            Genre for this track

--picture          Album art for this track

                     More than one --picture option can be specified.

                     Either a FILENAME for the picture file or a more

                     complete SPECIFICATION form can be used. The

                     SPECIFICATION is a string whose parts are

                     separated by | (pipe) characters. Some parts may

                     be left empty to invoke default values. A

                     FILENAME is just shorthand for "||||FILENAME".

                     The format of SPECIFICATION is

 

                     [TYPE]|[MIME-TYPE]|[DESCRIPTION]|[WIDTHxHEIGHT

                     xDEPTH[/COLORS]]|FILENAME

 

                     TYPE is an optional number from one of:

                     0: Other

                     1: 32x32 pixel 'file icon' (PNG only)

                     2: Other file icon

                     3: Cover (front)

                     4: Cover (back)

                     5: Leaflet page

                     6: Media (e.g., label side of a CD)

                     7: Lead artist/lead performer/soloist

                     8: Artist/performer

                     9: Conductor

                     10: Band/Orchestra

                     11: Composer

                     12: Lyricist/text writer

                     13: Recording location

                     14: During recording

                     15: During performance

                     16: Movie/video screen capture

                     17: A bright colored fish

                     18: Illustration

                     19: Band/artist logotype

                     20: Publisher/studio logotype

 

                     The default is 3 (front cover). There may only be

                     one picture each of type 1 and 2 in a file.

 

                     MIME-TYPE is optional. If left blank, it will be

                     detected from the file. For best compatibility

                     with players, use pictures with a MIME-TYPE of

                     image/jpeg or image/png. The MIME-TYPE can also

                     be --> to mean that FILENAME is actually a URL to

                     an image, though this use is discouraged. The

                     file at the URL will not be fetched. The URL

                     itself is stored in the metadata.

 

                     DESCRIPTION is optional. The default is an empty

                     string.

 

                     The next part specifies the resolution and color

                     information. If the MIME-TYPE is image/jpeg,

                     image/png, or image/gif, you can usually leave

                     this empty and they can be detected from the

                     file. Otherwise, you must specify the width in

                     pixels, height in pixels, and color depth in

                     bits-per-pixel. If the image has indexed colors

                     you should also specify the number of colors

                     used. If possible, these are checked against the

                     file for accuracy.

 

                     FILENAME is the path to the picture file to be

                     imported, or the URL if the MIME-TYPE is -->.

--padding n        Extra bytes to reserve for metadata (default: 512)

--discard-comments Don't keep metadata when transcoding

--discard-pictures Don't keep pictures when transcoding

 

Input options:

--raw              Raw input

--raw-bits n       Set bits/sample for raw input (default: 16)

--raw-rate n       Set sampling rate for raw input (default: 48000)

--raw-chan n       Set number of channels for raw input (default: 2)

--raw-endianness n 1 for bigendian, 0 for little (defaults to 0)

--ignorelength     Always ignore the datalength in Wave headers