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OPUS is a new codec from the Xiph guys who are behind the Vorbis and Theora projects. http://www.opus-codec.org/ OPUS is a low delay royalty-free open source lossy audio codec which was initially developed for telecommunication purposes but as it turned out it's very good for archiving and streaming purposes aswell. It can be used to encode music, speech and mixed content. It's actually two codecs integrated into one: CELT (the pilot codec behind OPUS) and SILK (originally used by Skype for speech encoding). It can target bitrates from 6kbps to 510kbps and has VBR and CBR modes. Tests shows th
It's not really a "feature request" but rather a request to add OPUS, which is an Internet standard per RFC 6716 to the list of supported audio codecs. In a few years OPUS will replace all other lossy codecs (VORBIS, AAC etc) due to its efficiency and open source licensing scheme. Please update Poweramp as soon as possible.