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Old 15.04.2024, 17:58
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Ok, Thank you for clarifying!
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Old 15.04.2024, 21:39
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usually gives me the option of 1 Audio file (usually m4a, ogg, or opus, 1 video file (usually mpeg or webm) plus the jpg thumbnail and txt description. Then I convert the resulting audio or video file to MP3.
Those are the variants, that are grouped and selected in Settings->Plugins->youtube.com, you can also define own ones. best is "best" within selected settings. if you disable higher bitrates, then best will be best out of the rest and so on.

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onvert the resulting audio or video file to MP3.
Why convert at all and loose yet again quality? nearly any device out there should be able to playback mp4 files?

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My y question is: Suppose I pick a relatively new file encoded with Opus/Webm, is the audio the same quality in both options? In other words, is the actual audio quality the same in the audio and video file (after downloading them with JD)? Is there a difference, whether I convert o MP3 from the audio versus the video file?
MP3 is heavily outdated audio compression and performances bad in comparision with opus/aac and other modern codecs.opus is a codec, webm is a container. yt offers audio in aac and opus, but which one you use...decision is up to you. in 99,9999% you will not notice/hear a difference.
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To give you a quick example: **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
In JD's Linkgrabber, it shows up as:
AUDIO: Filename (152kbit_Opus).opus
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VIDEO: Filename (2160p_24fps_VP9 LQ-160kbit_Opus).webm
I assume these are the highest quality respectively. My question is: Is the audio quality the same in both files?
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Old 15.04.2024, 21:41
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lol ... we posted at exactly the same time.
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Old 15.04.2024, 21:43
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Thank you for the answer. Opus and Webm doesn't play in my car, but MP3 and FLAC works. So, I'm just looking for which file would be the higher respective quality, so I can convert it to MP3 or FLAC (I know it wouldn't be true lossless FLAC, but at least I wouldn't loose more quality from the conversion).
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Old 15.04.2024, 22:09
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@zOrlAc: okay, old car player, agree In that case, it really doesn't matter if you're using aac or opus as source, as the dest will be mp3 anyway Any *better* quality of the aac/opus most likely will be gone after compressing again into mp3
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OK, thank you!

My question was really more about the difference in audio quality between the audio vs. video file downloaded through JD. But I think you sort of answered that too. If I understand correctly, the audio in the video file is essentially the same as the audio file, correct?
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Old 15.04.2024, 23:15
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@zOrlAc: yt offers audio video in separate streams and just get muxed (merged into one file) at the end. so short answer: yes, it's the same file
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Old 15.04.2024, 23:26
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Thank you very much for clarifying!
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Thank you very much for clarifying!
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