Opus tuning

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== tonality (10 5 1) ==
== tonality (10 5 1) ==
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around line 1574 of celt_encoder.c:
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        tonal_target = target + (opus_int32)((coded_bins<<BITRES)*1.2f*tonal);
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Replacing the constant 1.2f will change the impact of tonality on the bit-rate. The higher value, the higher the bit-rate of tonal frames/samples.
== trim (7 7 8) ==
== trim (7 7 8) ==

Revision as of 07:21, 29 December 2012

This page is meant to provide help on tuning the current Opus encoder. It assumes you are working on the master branch, not 1.0.x. As work progresses, some info (especially any line numbers) may become outdated. The numbers in parentheses represent (in order):

  • Impact on quality
  • Quality of current tuning
  • Difficulty

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tonality (10 5 1)

around line 1574 of celt_encoder.c:

       tonal_target = target + (opus_int32)((coded_bins<<BITRES)*1.2f*tonal);

Replacing the constant 1.2f will change the impact of tonality on the bit-rate. The higher value, the higher the bit-rate of tonal frames/samples.

trim (7 7 8)

dynalloc (5 5 9)

stereo saving (4 6 6)

spreading (4 7 7)

tapset (1 4 9)

transient estimator (10 8 8)

transient boost (8 6 6)

tf estimator (6 6 9)

Intensity threshold (7 8 3)

skip threshold (3 6 4)

mode/bandwidth decisions (6 4 4)

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