What does TeamSpeak3 mean with "Opus Voice" and "Opus Music"? 2019-02-28 06:20:09 I'm assuming this has been asked over the years a couple times, but I can't find it on the forum (perhaps I'm not using the right keywords).In TeamSpeak 3, an arguably dated, but still very popular voice chatting/communication software, there is support for Opus and several ways to set quality.As you can see in the attached picture, I'm a little confused as to what they mean with "Opus Voice" and "Opus Music". TeamSpeak is notorious for not providing documentation, instead you're supposed to ask on their forums and read their FAQ, however their support on the forum is simply: "one should be used for voice, the other for music" without giving details how the codec is used internally.The quality control slider goes from '0' to '10', this sets the bandwidth in some way, but they're again nebulous on how it does that.Reading the man page of opusenc, I'm kinda let to believe, that the slider adjusts the computational complexity, perhaps (--comp N option). Whether selecting the voice or music variant, might be a front end to the --music and --speech options, but as I said above, it's all just guesswork.Personally, I've always used the --bitrate option to set the quality envelope, there's no way to set or select that in TS, I have no idea what it's doing in the background at all.In case anyone could perhaps shine some light on this, that'd be greatly appreciated.Editorial:I was kinda thrusted into running a TS3 server after almost ten years. While I'm grateful for Opus support, I find the entire experience and especially the lack of documentation particularly unpleasant. There's not much I can do, as I see it. The program isn't open source, getting the functionality out of this won't be easy. The people I'm doing this for, insist on using TS3, there's not much I can do, I'm afraid. However, I'd want to do a good effort regardless.