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converting OGG audio file

Discussion in 'DivX / XviD' started by wangho75, Apr 27, 2005.

  1. wangho75

    wangho75 Member

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    I can't even seem to download a correct codec to play this sole .avi which uses OGG. Know of a way to convert this or a DVDAutho which will convert the file to a proper format for burning?
     
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    If it really is an avi with ogg audio my advice would be to delete it.
     
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    ive had friends that said they used nero for ogg audio files and it worked great.
     
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    celtic_d Regular member

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    All fine for an ogg vorbis stream. But the original poster said avi with ogg audio.
     
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    i have a movie with ogg audio i used vlc worked fine
     
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    An avi with ogg audio though or say an ogm with vorbis audio?
    I tried muxing ogg vorbis into an avi via ffmpeg and the only thing that could play it back was ffplay. Not sure whether ffmpeg stores vorbis as a raw stream or as an ogg when muxing to avi though.
     
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    1) K-Lite Codec Pack (full or mega version) has codecs dealing with oggs. It also comes with Media Player Classic that I found can play avis with ogg audio (when PowerDVD, Nero Show Time etc. had failed).
    2) If you want to change the codec, try ImToo Mpeg Encoder.
    Good luck!
     
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    MPC has a built in ogm splitter which can also handle vorbis only ogg files. No vorbis, speex or flac decoder though.
     

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