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What audio format do you usually use for speech contents?

AMR-NB
[ 0 ] (0%)
AMR-WB
[ 0 ] (0%)
AMR-WB+
[ 0 ] (0%)
Speex
[ 1 ] (4.8%)
WMA Voice
[ 0 ] (0%)
Opus
[ 12 ] (57.1%)
EVS
[ 0 ] (0%)
Codec2
[ 0 ] (0%)
MP3
[ 1 ] (4.8%)
Vorbis
[ 0 ] (0%)
AAC
[ 5 ] (23.8%)
Other lossy compressed formats
[ 0 ] (0%)
Lossless compressed formats
[ 2 ] (9.5%)
Uncompressed formats
[ 0 ] (0%)

Total Members Voted: 21

Voting closed: 2019-03-12 12:58:12

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What audio format do you usually use for speech contents?

What audio format do you usually use for speech contents?

Re: What audio format do you usually use for speech contents?

Reply #1
Is there really any reason to use anything other than Opus, unless you are locked in by legacy devices that only support a limited set of formats, or your connection has extremely restricted bandwidth? That goes for both music and speech content.

Re: What audio format do you usually use for speech contents?

Reply #2
There is. Using it makes no sense until this is fixed.

Re: What audio format do you usually use for speech contents?

Reply #3
It's not as bad as to make it "no sense to use". Especially with speech, one rarely needs to have track boundaries right in the middle of a phrase. Even with music, the glitch on track transition is not always noticeable.
Keep calm and opusenc --bitrate 128

Re: What audio format do you usually use for speech contents?

Reply #4
When I encode audiobooks from CD, I use HE-AAC at CVBR 32kbps.

 

Re: What audio format do you usually use for speech contents?

Reply #5
Speech + background music: WMA standard, 64 kbps

 
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