Anyone know what devices or softphones support the Opus codec? I've been trying to find a list and http://www.opus-codec.org/ doesn't have one, nor could I find one anywhere else. I wanted to give some examples to someone. Obviously WebRTC clients support Opus, which means that Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox support it. I'm assuming Jitsi probably does (right?). Any other devices or software support it? (Thanks)
Opus Interactive Audio Codec. Overview. Opus is a totally open, royalty-free, highly versatile audio codec. Opus is unmatched for interactive speech and music transmission over the Internet, but is also intended for storage and streaming applications. It is standardized by the Internet ...
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- FreeSWITCH has native support for Opus, and it's also excellent at transcoding job :)Feb 25, 2014
- Andy SmithOwnerCounterpath Bria on PC and IoS supports Opus, as does Acrobits on IoS (not Android as yet). Don't know about Bria on any other platforms.Feb 25, 2014
- I believe Blink does as well?Feb 25, 2014
- Yep, Blink supports it.Feb 25, 2014
- Linphone is supposed to support opus at the 3.6.0 version and higher.Feb 25, 2014
- Dan York+2Excellent answers! Thanks! It turns out that I should have looked at that font of all human knowledge - Wikipedia! Here's a list: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opus_(audio_codec)#SupportFeb 25, 2014
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