A GUI for Windows to encode music files to Opus:
The GUI is very easy to use. Just browse for a folder that contains music files, then browse for an output folder, set a bitrate, and hit the Start button.
Starting with version 1.11, you can browse for music files in your Google Drive account to encode them to Opus. The encoded files are stored locally.
This GUI was written in Visual Basic .NET using Visual Studio 2017. Newer versions are written and compiled using Visual Studio 2019.
It is multi-threaded, so files will be encoded very fast!
- How to change the number of maximum simultaneous downloads when converting music files stored in Google Drive?
- Opus GUI v1.12.1 (2019/05/15)
- Opus GUI v1.12 release 2019-05-05
- Opus GUI v1.11 release 2019-05-04
- Opus GUI v1.10 with Opus 1.3.1 – release 2019-04-13
- Opus GUI v1.10 release 2019-04-01
- Opus GUI v1.9 release 2019-03-03
- Opus GUI v1.8 release 2019-02-24
- Opus GUI v1.7 release 2019-02-18
- Opus GUI v1.6 release 2019-02-02
- Opus GUI v1.5 release 2019-01-17
- Opus GUI v1.4 release 2018-12-03
- Opus GUI v1.3 release 2018-11-27
- Opus GUI v1.3 release 2018-11-01
- Opus GUI v1.3 with opusenc opus-tools 0.2-6-g1728479-dirty (using libopus 1.3-rc2-5-g83d5155f-dirty) with resampler quality 10
- Opus GUI v1.3 with opusenc opus-tools 0.2-dirty (using libopus 1.3-rc2-5-g83d5155f-dirty) with resampler quality 10
- Opus GUI v1.3 with opusenc opus-tools 0.2-dirty (using libopus 1.3-rc2-2-ga8e2a2b1-dirty) with resampler quality 10
- Opus GUI v1.3 with opusenc opus-tools 0.1.10-85-g10aae4d-dirty (using libopus 1.3-rc2-1-g5d290239-dirty)
- Opus GUI v1.3 with opusenc opus-tools 0.1.10-85-g10aae4d-dirty (using libopus 1.3-rc-22-g4a643d98-dirty)
- Opus GUI v1.2 with opusenc (using libopus-1.3-rc-22 and libopusenc 0.1.1-55)
- Opus GUI v1.2 with opusenc (using libopus-1.3-rc-22)
- Opus GUI v1.2 with opusenc (using libopus-1.3-rc-21)
- Opus GUI v1.2 with opusenc (using libopus-1.3-rc-19)
- Opus GUI v1.1 with opusenc (using libopus-1.3-rc-19)
- Opus GUI v1.0 with opusenc (using libopus-1.3-rc-19)
- Opus GUI v1.0 GitHub release
opusenc.exe standalone builds
- Updated Google Drive API
- Can now specify the number of concurrent downloads when converting audio files stored in Google Drive.
- Updated Google APIs to the latest versions
- The software will attempt to find client_secret.json or credentials.json when trying to use Google Drive.
- Added Google Drive support to encode files stored in the cloud. Encoded files are stored locally
- Added support for ffmpeg native opus encoder
- You can now click on the opusenc and ffmpeg version labels to copy it to your clipboard
- When converting files that are not compatible with opusenc (MP3/M4a), and ffmpeg is not available, they will be skipped.
- The software will now detect if opusenc.exe and ffmpeg.exe exists on your system.
- If ffmpeg is found, it will now display the ffmpeg version
- Supports encoding single files
- Files that exist in the output path with the same name as the input file will be skipped and a message will be shown
- Disabled drag and drop when an encode is in progress. Drag and drop is enabled again when the encode finish.
- Adds support for ffmpeg encoding using libopus
- Adds Drag and drop support into the GUI and into the software executable
- Fixed bug that didn’t allowed specify a bitrate higher than 100kbit/s
- Added option to enable/disable multithreading. It’s enabled by default.
- Can now encode files to the same folder by leaving the output field blank.
- Replaced Bitrate Textbox with a Numeric element.
- Fixes bugs related to the Bitrate setting.
- Current used opusenc.exe version is now displayed
- Fixed bug when setting bitrate
- The software will check if opusenc.exe exists at launch.
- Initial release