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Old 11 Jan 2003, 02:08 AM   #1
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Lightbulb OGG / OGM Creation and Cutting Guide

this guide was written more than 2.5 yrs ago has not been updated ever since - some tools have slightly changed since then!

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i have written a guide on OGG / OGM since i consider ogg much better than mp3 and the container format OGM is much better than AVI, too, imho

here is an url until this guide will be integrated into the php structure/menu

OGG / OGM Creation and Cutting Guide
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Old 29 Jul 2003, 09:12 AM   #2
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Old 29 Jul 2003, 09:33 AM   #3
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thanx for pointing out the invalid url

the server has moved a couiple of weeks ago and i must have forgotten to change this very link


the link is fixed now
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Old 31 Jul 2003, 09:33 PM   #4
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Good to see it's fixed, I point people to your ogg guide all the time. I had to type out all the settings a few times, yuck!
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Old 31 Jul 2003, 10:23 PM   #5
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Good to see it's fixed, I point people to your ogg guide all the time.
thanx

that implies it seems useful to some ppl
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Nice guide! Thanks, mate.
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Old 3 Jun 2004, 06:06 PM   #7
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OGM format is pretty good and everything..

However, it's frustrating and stressful to convert that to mpeg for VCD/SVCD.
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i never convert from dvd => ogm => cvd/svcd

how come you do?

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Well the thing is I downloaded a movie file that came in as OGM format and I've read a couple of sources regarding OGM -> VCD/SVCD and so far i'm stuck at one of the steps. Anyway, the steps to that conversion is long and complex.

Splitting audio and video to separate files.
Then convert ogg audio file to wav then to mp2
Turn OGM to AVI then turning that to m2v.
Combining m2v w/ mp2, then burn.

You get the idea.
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the link doesnt work for me
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Old 12 Jan 2006, 11:48 PM   #11
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i have actually deleted the entire page providing my guides on different stuff some time ago as the guides became outdated and i changed my routines/interest

in case i'll find a backup of this guide i will contact you


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i have found a backup and updated the link in my first posting

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a giude on the mp4 container is needed uncas, hopefully it'll replace crappy avi in the near future
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Old 13 Jan 2006, 01:02 AM   #13
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well, mp4 is more powerful of course but still i dont want to create avi/mp4, mkv or ogm nowadays as i want my dvdplayers to be able to handle the content

avi is supported but the format isnt good enough imho
all others are not supported so far and thus i for one prefer real dvd backups and nothing else

it may of course make a difference when capturing from tv but i dont capture myself and that's the reason my focus of interest has changed from avi/ogm to dvd quite some time ago

as you create mp4 and you're familiar with it maybe you'd be the right person to write any such guide?
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Old 13 Jan 2006, 01:10 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by uncas
as i want my dvdplayers to be able to handle the content
that's why i love s-video/dvi out

already started a dvd/mpeg-2-->x264+aac+ocr subs guide its gonna be a damn long one, too many things to consider. probably need to write a whole nother section & multiple warnings on system requirements
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