|type||Must be of type "opus".||"" (empty string)|
Encoder's packet loss percentage. Can be any number between 0 and 100, inclusive. A higher value results in more loss resistance.
Encoder's computational complexity. Can be any number between 0 and 10, inclusive. Note, 10 equals the highest complexity.
Encoder's signal type. Aids in mode selection on the encoder: Can be any of the following: auto, voice, music.
Encoder's application type. Can be any of the following: voip, audio, low_delay.
Sets the "maxplaybackrate” format parameter on the SDP and also limits the bandwidth on the encoder. Any value between 8000 and 48000 (inclusive) is valid, however typically it should match one of the usual opus bandwidths. Below is a mapping of values to bandwidth:
Sets the "maxaveragebitrate" format parameter on the SDP and also limits the bit rate on the encoder. Any value between 500 and 512000 is valid. The following values are also allowed: auto, max .
Sets an upper bandwidth bound on the encoder. Can be any of the following: narrow, medium, wide, super_wide, full.
Sets the "cbr" (constant bit rate) format parameter on SDP. Also tells the encoder to use a constant bit rate. A value of no (0 or false also work) represents a variable bit rate whereas yes (1 or true also work) represents a constant bit rate.
|fec*||Sets the "useinbandfec" format parameter on the SDP. If set, and applicable, the encoder will add in-band forward error correction data. A value of no (0 or false also work) represents disabled whereas yes (1 or true also work) represents enabled.||0|
|dtx*||Sets the "usedtx" format on the SDP. A value of no (0 or false also work) represents disabled whereas yes (1 or true also work) represents enabled (usedtx).||0|