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oggDump - prints out information of ogg video files (.ogv, .ogg or oga)
oggDump [options] file.ogv
OggDump gives detailed information about an ogg video file and prints these information with a given detail level. Ogg files consist of a number of streams (video and audio). From the Ogg-container perspective, the streams are divided into pages. These pages usually have nearly the same size. The pages can be printed out with the -g option. From the stream perspective, every stream consists of packets. These packets carry a bunch of compressed audio samples in case of a vorbis stream or one video frame in case of a theora video stream. These packets could be of variable length and are places into the ogg pages. To toString the packets, use the -p option.
-g Dumps the stream pages of the file. -p Dumps the stream packets. -l <level>. Set the dump level (1-5). Default is 5, which means all information are printed. -s Prompt for the stream that should be dumped. All other streams are ignored and will not be printed. -o <file> Write the dump information to a file.
Joern Seger <yorn at gmx dot net>
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