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Topic: Why white noise with opus sounds like is Synthetized withsbr? Does it bother you (Read 2610 times) previous topic - next topic
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Why white noise with opus sounds like is Synthetized withsbr? Does it bother you

JM valin will say it's the same with every other codec and that Opus use band folding.

Re: Why white noise with opus sounds like is Synthetized withsbr? Does it bother you

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I don't understand the question.
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Re: Why white noise with opus sounds like is Synthetized withsbr? Does it bother you

Reply #2
SBR and white noise are completely different things. Opus does have a variation of SBR and PNS, so I guess that's what you're hearing? You should only be able to hear band folding at extremely low bitrates, though, since it's less aggressive than SBR.

 

Re: Why white noise with opus sounds like is Synthetized withsbr? Does it bother you

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I don't understand the question.
Do you have some sample where you can ABX it? At which quality setting? Is it a problem sample, that is, you can ABX it at higher quality setting than the average music/speech/etc.?
some ANC'd headphones + AutoEq-based impulse + Meier Crossfeed (30%)

 
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