OPUSENC using libopus 1.1.2 instead of 1.1.3 2016-09-22 21:19:52 Hi Folks,I am using Linux Mint 18 which seems to have libopus 1.1.2 in the default repositories. I downloaded opus-1.1.3.tar.gz from http://opus-codec.org, extracted it and built it as follows:Code: [Select]./configuremakesudo make installI also built the latest opus-tools (opus-tools 0.1.9) the same way.The problem is when I run "opusenc file.flac file.opus" the command line states "Encoding using libopus 1.1.2 (audio)". Also when I check the version of libopus used to create the file by typing "strings file.opus | grep opus" the output is as follows:Code: [Select]libopus 1.1.2ENCODER=opusenc from opus-tools 0.1.9ESo my question is, how can I ensure that libopus 1.1.3 is used by opusenc? Am I building it correctly? It seems to install ok and I compiled the latest libvorbis 1.3.5 this way and confirmed that my ogg vorbis files were indeed created using libvorbis 1.3.5.I'd really appreciate if someone can confirm if they have successfully installed libopus 1.1.3 in Linux and can help with this query.Thanks,djme.