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#195033 3-Apr-2016 18:11
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can anyone tell me of a music burning program to burn this format straight to music cd?

 

nero doesnt even recognise it nor had i heard of it


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  #1525277 3-Apr-2016 18:33
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Let's see here. Unheard of, provides next to no documentation, assumes that everyone is using Linux... an open-source product down to a T :)

 

"opus-tools" seems to be the closest thing to an "official" release, but it's command line-only. I don't like recommending third-party converters like the one Mspec found, but it does look like that may be the easiest way to get the files into a normal format.


 
 
 
 




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  #1525436 3-Apr-2016 22:33
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id never heard of untill i got some music under that format. nice small quality files but id like to burn to a cd


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  #1525451 3-Apr-2016 23:45
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Put the files from this zip in the folder with your .opus files and run the opustowav.bat file https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0FrL1gmWjscbjhqeDFWcW9hSVE/view?usp=sharing

 

This should convert your opus files to new wav files which hopefully nero should be able to read, it wont keep the id3 tags though.






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  #1525453 3-Apr-2016 23:46
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Back when I had a CD burner in a PC, I used foobar2000 to burn discs occasionally.

 

It has support for opus.

 

Perhaps give it a try?





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  #1525460 4-Apr-2016 01:23
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Behodar:

 

Let's see here. Unheard of, provides next to no documentation, assumes that everyone is using Linux... an open-source product down to a T :)

 

 

I chuckled here. I am guilty with assuming people use Linux and then when they go "Oh, Windows" I silently cringe, then wonder how they actually get productive things done. Then again, I used Windows with this post.





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It still baffles me why people use lossy codecs. Hard drive space and Internet speed aren't a big factor these days.

 

Opus makes speech sound nice for low bitrates but I don't like the minute flutter that it causes in music. Go looking for AAC/MP3 or look at lossless.

 

You're best bet might be having a folder for opus material, that you can then mass decode back to wave (edit: such as command line or whatever) . Then any CDDA burning software will work.


 
 
 
 


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  #1525465 4-Apr-2016 02:30
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kiwirock:

 

It still baffles me why people use lossy codecs. Hard drive space and Internet speed aren't a big factor these days.

 

Opus makes speech sound nice for low bitrates but I don't like the minute flutter that it causes in music. Go looking for AAC/MP3 or look at lossless.

 

You're best bet might be having a folder for opus material, that you can then mass decode back to wave (edit: such as command line or whatever) . Then any CDDA burning software will work.

 

 

All my music is in FLAC (since my phone also handles it). To be honest never heard of Opus until now but will be giving it a go.





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