Convert to OPUS Online Tool.
OPUS is a lossy audio file format created primarily for internet streaming. The Internet Engineering Task Force standardized the format, which was based on Skype’s SILK codec and Xiph.Org’s CELT codec. OPUS was designed for live interaction without delay, which is made possible by the small file size.. OPUS can be used for online video and phone calls, online chats, and live-streamed audio. The format quality has an adjustable bitrate between 6 kb/s to 510 kb/s, offering users low bit rates up to stereo-quality sound. OPUS is an open-source audio codec that is free to use. Computer programs that can use OPUS include AIMP, VideoLAN VLC Media Player, and OPUS tools.