but I guess I got used to osu's site
Feel free to play OSU if you like that. UltraStar Deluxe however is a free libre open source software development project, not a content sales project. If you want, feel free to spend your own free time to develop improvements. Just complaining, however, will not help anyone. Also, you might want to look at the UltraStar Play project, another freE/libre open source karaoke game.
I have 2 questions:
@bohning, the Makefile.osx-helper tries to collect all libraries that are used when ultrastardx is run. It is not intelligent enough to resolve the @loader_path used by one of the libraries to refer to libbrotlicommon.
Okay, thanks for the reply (sorry for my late reply). So how to resolve this? Or just ignore it (since USDX seems to run fine)?
USDX natively supports the webm container, which can contain audio only (codec: vorbis or opus), video only (VP8 or VP9) or contain both audio and video track (any combination of vorbis/opus and VP8/VP9).
When using ffmpeg to copy (no reencoding) the audio track to a separate .opus file (ffmpeg -i input.webm -vn -c:a copy output.opus), USDX crashes when using the .opus file as #MP3. E.g. VLC can play the file just fine, and VLC media info reports: