What container format? 2020-07-18 14:12:38 I want to reorganize my collection of audiobooks and I'm at a loss when it comes to picking the right container format.As for the codec, I decided to use Opus. I know that's a lossy process, but most audiobooks are only speech so 128kB/vbr should do. An entire album will be converted into a single Opus file, plus a cue sheet. There are also album covers to be added.I've successfully done that with mka: single audio stream with chapters and cover art. The file opens just fine in Foobar, and all chapters show up as tracks. Each track can be selected and plays instantly. Perfect.Except...I can't find any audio player running under Linux (which I mostly use and currently migrate to) to handle these mka just like Foobar does. Most players don't even open mka, others don't show the chapters/tracks. And the cover art I haven't even tested.Now I wonder if there is a better choice. Other containers I know are flac and ogg, but after some googling I have still no clue if they support opus/chapters/artwork and work across different players.I know there's Wine, but I'd prefer to avoid it and it would only be the totally-worst-case solution.