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Old 28 May 2006, 06:44 AM   #1
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I have .ogm files that i can't view...does anyone know of a good free .ogm to .mpg or .avi converter? or a .ogm viewer?
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as the LT said, MPC and VLC play them quite well and would be most people's first choice

to view in any dshow player download & install haali media splitter
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OK I found a viewer here http://www.videolan.org/vlc/download-windows.html
does anyone know of a .ogm to .mpg converter? i need that too...
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i use a combination of TMPGEnc, VirtualDubMOD, and belight (to convert an .ogg audio stream if it has it). i save a silent avi with vdubmod, demux the audio>convert that to .wav for example with belight. use the avi as video input on TMPGEnc, the converted audio as audio input. encode to mpeg-2>author.

there is also avi2dvd which is freeware.
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