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Submission + - OPUS 1.1 released

rvalles writes: Xiph.org just released a major update to their OPUS codec. OPUS 1.1 offers major improvements over last year's 1.0 release.

OPUS is a general-purpose, very flexible, open and royalty-free audio codec that offers low-latency and high quality/bitrate, incorporating technology from Skype's SILK codec and Xiph.Org's CELT codec. Its first release beat everything else last year at 64kbit/s in a listening test held at HydrogenAudio.
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OPUS 1.1 released

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