[FFmpeg-user] Opus : difference between .opus and .ogg file extension
Carl Eugen Hoyos
ceffmpeg at gmail.com
Thu Nov 30 14:14:04 EET 2017
2017-11-30 11:24 GMT+01:00 <nerbrume at free.fr>:
> I'm encoding my audio files to opus, with the following command:
>> ffmpeg -i test.mp3 -acodec libopus -b:a 64000 -vbr on test.opus
> (Debian squeeze, ffmpeg version 3.3.5)
> According to wikipedia, the "opus" container should just be an ogg
> container (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opus_%28audio_format%29).
> However, encoding my file with an ogg extension :
>> ffmpeg -i test.mp3 -acodec libopus -b:a 64000 -vbr on test.ogg
> produces a different file from the previous one (md5 are mismatched).
Use -fflags +bitexact to get identical files, you will also get different
files when writing to out1.ogg and out2.ogg.
The file suffix ".opus" is just a shorthander for "-acodec opus -f ogg".
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