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  1. theonlycure

    Opus audio and webm support

    Opus is a great format made for streaming. Please start supporting streaming in opus or at least convert to mp3 or other format. As it is now just won't play individual tracts or play webm video with opus audio. Also run Plex on same server and it will either convert and play audio or stream directly depending on device. Plex always converts webm video. Emby unfortunately wont stream either format or convert them to another. Thank you.
  2. It would be great if the Chromecast Ultra profile would be updated to allow direct playing of VP9, Opus, and mkv/webm containers. They all definitely work, as I can direct play them with all transcoding turned off. The reference VP9 encoder (libvpx in ffmpeg) pushed out an update in October that allows for much faster encoding than before, making VP9 a useable codec for me (and others). All of those codecs and containers are open and freely licensed as well, which is a great thing to support. Also, VP9 + Opus + webm is directly playable in Chrome, Firefox, and Opera (as well as Edge if an experimental flag is enabled) which makes up a large percentage of browser use.
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