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  • kennedyb4
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Opus Celt on Rockbox
Just curious as Opus performance was so excellent at low bitrates.

No offence intended if the work involved is formidable.

Perhaps decoder if=s battery intensive?

  • probedb
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Reply #1
You could try posting on the rockbox forums?

  • lvqcl
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Is Anyone Working on this

Found via Google: http://www.rockbox.org/mail/archive/rockbo...2-07/0013.shtml

  • Speckmade
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They are working on it since a while now. At first it was quite slow, IIRC.
Meanwhile Opus files play fine on a rockboxed Sansa Clip+ with the daily build version of Rockbox that is easily available via official installer.
From a look at the activity in the Rockbox Git repository it seems they make daily progress on enhancing the performance of the decoder.
  • Last Edit: 07 October, 2012, 06:55:09 PM by Speckmade

  • NullC
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At first it was quite slow, IIRC.
Huh?

  • Elbart
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According to the release-notes, Rockbox will support Opus-playback with version 3.13:
http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/ReleaseNotes313#What_39s_new_63

  • Speckmade
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According to the release-notes, Rockbox will support Opus-playback with version 3.13

I'm happily running daily builds on my Sandisk Sansa Clip for months now. They play Opus files and don't eat any babies so far. I think the power consumption is slightly increased, though.