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OGMINFO(1)							   User Commands							OGMINFO(1)

NAME
ogminfo - Print information about streams in OGG/OGM files SYNOPSIS
ogminfo [options] inname DESCRIPTION
This program lists all streams contained in an OGM including information about the codecs used. inname Use 'inname' as the source. -v, --verbose Be verbose and show each OGG packet. See the section 'VERBOSITY LEVELS' for details. -s, --summary Will print a short summary for each stream including the total size in bytes, the bitrate, the number of packets/frames and the length in seconds. This requires the parsing of the complete file. -h, --help Show usage information. -V, --version Show version information. VERBOSITY LEVELS
The -v option can be used to increase ogminfo's verbosity level and print more information about the current file. level 0 will print only the streams it finds and their types. level 1 will also print each stream's header and comment packets' contents. These two modes will not process the whole file (as opposed to all other modes) if the comment packets are placed correctly. level 2 will print a line for each OGG packet it encounters containing the stream the packet belongs to, the payload size, the packet's granulepos, the packet's number, its start time, its end time and several flags. The flags may include 'sync_ok' or 'OUT_OF_SYNC' which indicates whether the packet's placement in the file is correct according to its granulepos. Other flags are 'IS_SYNCPOINT' or 'EOS'. level 2 and above automatically imply --summary. level 3 also prints a line whenever a new OGG page was read completely along with the page's exact position in the file it was read from. level 4 will dump the complete stream_header structure found in the header packet for any non-Vorbis stream. The levels 3 and 4 are intended for debugging purposes only. NOTES
What works: * OGM with Vorbis audio, 'normal' video (like DivX etc.), audio streams (PCM, MP3 etc.), text streams (subtitles). What not works: * Headers created by older OggDS (DirectShow) filter versions are not supported (and probably never will be). AUTHOR
ogminfo was written by Moritz Bunkus <moritz@bunkus.org>. SEE ALSO
ogmmerge(1), ogmsplit(1), ogmdemux(1), ogmcat(1), dvdxchap(1) WWW
The newest version can always be found at <http://www.bunkus.org/videotools/ogmtools/> <http://www.bunkus.org/videotools/ogmtools/> ogminfo v1.5 November 2004 OGMINFO(1)

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OGMDEMUX(1)							   User Commands						       OGMDEMUX(1)

NAME
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 <moritz@bunkus.org>. SEE ALSO
ogmmerge(1), ogmsplit(1), ogminfo(1), ogmcat(1), dvdxchap(1) WWW
The newest version can always be found at <http://www.bunkus.org/videotools/ogmtools/> <http://www.bunkus.org/videotools/ogmtools/> ogmdemux v1.5 November 2004 OGMDEMUX(1)
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