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Opus custom modes


There is this option in ./configure --help

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--enable-custom-modes enable non-Opus modes, e.g. 44.1 kHz & 2^n frames

But how to use it when encoding a *.wav file ?
Like --advanced-encode-option lowpass_frequency=8 with oggenc.

Just curious. Probably have no use of it :)

Re: Opus custom modes

Reply #1
You use it by writing a program that calls the Opus Custom API.

It's not supported by opusenc/opusdec.

Re: Opus custom modes

Reply #2
Okay, it's way above my head.

"Use of Opus Custom is discouraged for all but very special applications"