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Old 8th November 2019, 00:51   #201  |  Link
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Ah, here it is in opusenc's manpage:
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--serial n

Force use of a specific stream serial number, rather than one that is randomly generated. This is used to make the encoder deterministic for testing and is not generally recommended.
You could try forcing the serial number and see if that results in what you're wanting.
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Old 8th November 2019, 01:04   #202  |  Link
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Ah, here it is in opusenc's manpage:

Code:
--serial n



Force use of a specific stream serial number, rather than one that is randomly generated. This is used to make the encoder deterministic for testing and is not generally recommended.
You could try forcing the serial number and see if that results in what you're wanting.
I don't know what number I should use. It seems to me like it just stream "ID", isn't it?
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If you look at opusinfo's output, serial numbers appear to be CRC32-style hashes:
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E:\Documents>opusinfo test.opus | grep serial
New logical stream (#1, serial: dc7ac5e3): type opus
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