More in general, is Opus indeed the best audio codec ever for any sort of audio at more than 12 kbps (as the graph seems to show, although > 128 kbps is missing), or are there tests that show that something else beats it in certain situations?
What about efficient compression of surround audio, both for command formats, and for generalized surround with an arbitrary number of channels in arbitrary 3D positions?
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