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EncodeFormats.OPUS.EncodeMode property

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Type

enumOpusEncodeModes for Visual Basic

short for Visual C++

 

 

Remarks

The encoding mode used for OPUS format during exporting sessions.

Supported values are the following:

Mnemonic Value

Numeric value

Meaning

OPUS_ENCODE_VBR

0

Encode with the OpusEnc encoder using the Variable Bitrate (VBR) specified inside the EncodeFormats.OPUS.Bitrate property.

This property is the same as entering either the --vbr setting inside the Appendix E - OpusEnc command line.

OPUS_ENCODE_CONSTR_VBR

1

Encode with the OpusEnc encoder using the Constrained Variable Bitrate (CVBR) specified inside the EncodeFormats.OPUS.Bitrate property.

This property is the same as entering either the --cvbr setting inside the Appendix E - OpusEnc command line.

OPUS_ENCODE_HARD_CBR

2

Encode with the OpusEnc encoder using the Hard Constant Bitrate (Hard-CBR) specified inside the EncodeFormats.OPUS.Bitrate property.

This property is the same as entering either the --hard-cbr setting inside the Appendix E - OpusEnc command line.

OPUS_ENCODE_CUSTOM

3

Encode with the OpusEnc encoder using the custom string defined inside the EncodeFormats.OPUS.CustomString property.

 

This property is used only in the following situations:

During a recording session if the EncodeFormats.ForRecording property is set to ENCODING_FORMAT_OPUS and the EncodeFormats.OPUS.EncodeMode property is set to a value different from OPUS_ENCODE_CUSTOM.

During a CD ripping session if the EncodeFormats.ForCdRipping property is set to ENCODING_FORMAT_OPUS and the EncodeFormats.OPUS.EncodeMode property is set to a value different from OPUS_ENCODE_CUSTOM.

During an exporting session if the EncodeFormats.ForExporting property is set to ENCODING_FORMAT_OPUS and the EncodeFormats.OPUS.EncodeMode property is set to a value different from OPUS_ENCODE_CUSTOM.

 

For further details about encoding in OPUS format refer to the OPUS object section.

For further information about available encoding formats see the EncodeFormats object.