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Opus and video in one container?
post Jun 24 2013, 05:35
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I was thinking of using Opus for means of using it as audio track for a audio/video file.

I'm not entirely sure which container I should use, or what containers I have to chose from. The only container that handles Opus well, is Ogg. I know MKV used to have some Opus support, but I heard it has been removed eventually, due to design incompatibilities.

Ogg limits the palette of video codecs quite severely, I was thinking of using VP8 or perhaps VP9, Ogg doesn't seem to be able to handle them. Experimenting with H.264 would be nice as well.

As I'm actually from a streaming media background, I was thinking about using it for streaming media as well. I don't want to limit myself by using HTML5 video streaming. Using Flash for streaming video playback still makes sense. I'm not sure which containers and video codecs I should use for that.

It may seem as a very niche approach, but the idea is to do some experimenting/testing here. It's not and may never be meant for any production solution.

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