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OGMDEMUX(1)							   User Commands						       OGMDEMUX(1)

ogmdemux - Extract streams from OGG/OGM files into separate files SYNOPSIS
ogmdemux [options] inname DESCRIPTION
This program extracts all or only some streams from an OGM and writes them to separate files. inname Use 'inname' as the source. -o, --output out Use 'out' as the base for destination file names. '-v1', '-v2', '-a1', '-t1'... will be appended to this name. Default: use 'inname'. -a, --astream n Extract specified audio stream. Can be used more than once. Default: extract all streams. -d, --vstream n Extract specified video stream. Can be used more than once. Default: extract all streams. -t, --tstream n Extract specified text stream. Can be used more than once. Default: extract all streams. -na, --noaudio Don't extract any audio streams. -nv, --novideo Don't extract any video streams. -nt, --notext Don't extract any text streams. Default: extract all streams. -r, --raw Extract the raw streams only. Default: extract to useful formats (AVI, WAV, OGG, SRT...). -v, --verbose Increase verbosity. -h, --help Show this help. -V, --version Show version number. NOTES
What works: * Extraction of the following formats is fully supported including writing the stream contents to useful container formats: video -> AVI Vorbis -> OGG/Vorbis PCM -> WAV text -> text files (SRT subtitle format) * All other audio streams (MP3, AC3) are just copied 1:1 into output files. MP3 and AC3 files should be usable. Others might not. What not works: * Headers created by older OggDS (DirectShow) filter versions are not supported (and probably never will be). AUTHOR
ogmdemux was written by Moritz Bunkus <>. SEE ALSO
ogmmerge(1), ogmsplit(1), ogminfo(1), ogmcat(1), dvdxchap(1) WWW
The newest version can always be found at <> <> ogmdemux v1.5 November 2004 OGMDEMUX(1)

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This manual page was written by Claudio Moratti <> for the Debian system (but may be used by others). It was slightly modi- fied by Rogerio Brito <>. This document is released under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 and later. 0.99 2009-05-16 VAMPS(1)
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