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Open standard for low-latency, scalable lossy audio coding based on the speech-oriented SILK codec and the low-latency CELT codec. Opus can transition between a linear prediction codec at low bitrates and a transform codec at high bitrates and supports a hybrid mode for a small bitrate range. Opus defaults to a latency that's 1/10th that of earlier music codecs (20ms vs. 200ms), making it possible for use in VoIP, and yet performs better in listening tests.