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what to do with a .ogg file ?!?!

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  1. NEMESIS04

    NEMESIS04 Regular member

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    i got a series of video and its all .ogg files !!

    and i want it to encoded into my dvd-r to play in my dvd-player

    but how can i do and the subb stay with the video ???

    or how can i take the subb out to make it seperate file !??

    how does the .ogg file work ??
     
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    http://www.afterdawn.com/software/video_software/codecs_and_filters/ogg_directshow.cfm

    I was reading some of these forums, they all refer to .ogg as as audio, but they can contain video which would actually make them .ogm.. but if your playing them then it contains video..must be the new .ogg theora format
    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/89884

    I'm new to video included in .ogg.. from what I read this is new.. But try the second foroum thread, it has a link for a .ogm or .ogg converter...
     
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    there is subb containe in the file i want to extract them !!

     
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    thanx ! but never mind ! i finally found what i want !

     
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    cool, what did you have to end up doing? I just wanna know in case I run into that.. I never really mess wiht .ogg files to much
     
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    i use the program named : VirtualDubMod

    open the .ogg or .ogm file

    open Stream List (in the Streams tab )

    select the subb file ! save it as .srt file for the subb !
    ( by the Demux button )

    then close the streams list window and save the movie !

    by going in the " File " tab ! and choose " Save As "

    enter the file name ( the name of the video file must be the same then the subb file )

    did not check anything !

    in the " Video " sector

    video mode : direct stream copy
    compression : no compression

    then save as a .avi file !! take about 3min and boom that it !!!

     
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    thanks
     
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    So it was an ogm file. As already stated ogg is something else, although ogm was/is based on ogg.

    ogg files can only contain Xiph streams, so vorbis, speex, flac or theora.
     
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    the... is thoses ?

    Xiph streams, so vorbis, speex, flac or theora ???
    what u mean can only contain thoses?
     
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    ogg is Xiph's container and it can only contain Xiph streams. The idea is a completely patent free, opensource, license free multimedia framework. So sticking say XviD (XviD is ASP MPEG-4, something highly patented) video in or worse something completely properitary in is totally against what Xiph is about.

    Tobias wanted to use vorbis audio with XviD video so he developed ogm, which is basically ogg extended to contain non Xiph streams. Great idea especially because at the time Xiph didn't have anything close to a working video codec. There is an article somewhere on I think the Xiph site about the whole ogg vs. ogm issue.

    Basically ogm can store any video that you can encode via VfW as well as mp3, AC3, aac, etc. audio and subtitles. Xiph I believe will have their own subtitle format.
     
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    Hi guys,
    I'm having a similar problem. I dl a tv series and all the files are .ogg. Tried to play in windows media player, and it wouldnt work, there was sound, but no picture.
    I was trying to follow what NEMESIS04 was saying, but there is one part that I dont understand what they are talking about, when you go into the Streams List. Not excatly sure what your suppose to do? Are you suppose to save the WAV file as a .srt?
    I would appreciate any help.
    Thanks,
    Lemonade
     
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    no don't save the wav file ! srt file is the subb file u need to extract it out !!

    and u said u have the sound but no picture !! that maybe cause by a missing video codec !!
     
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    Hi,
    Its not in a rar file, so I dont have to extract anything, right?

    I did find one program that will play ogg files, and its called Zoom Player. I guess Zoom had the codecs I needed...but I still would like to burn to a disk, if I could.
    And I was going to use Vdubmod to convert it as a avi file, and then burn with nero.
    Lemonade7
     
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    yeah when i said extrac its mean take the subb file out of the ogg file!
    save has a srt file -subb file- and yeah convert it into a avi file ! it would be a lot better ! and no don't burn it with nero !

    use DVDSanta 4 !!!
     
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