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NAME

       oggSplit - demultiplexes ogv files

SYNOPSIS

       oggSplit file.ogv

DESCRIPTION

       oggSplit demultiplexes a multiplexed ogg file into several files with one stream each.

       An  ogg  video  file (with extension .ogv) usually consist of an audio and a video stream.
       The command line tool oggSplit disjoins these streams into separate files.  This  is  also
       often called demultiplexing.

       After that you have all embedded files of this input file with the following naming:

       theora_<ID>.ogv:  This  is the video stream encoded with the theora codec. The <ID> is the
       stream ID that is created by the encoder to uniquely identify this stream.

       vorbis_<ID>.oga: This is the audio stream encoded with the vorbis codec. The <ID>  is  the
       stream ID that is created by the encoder to uniquely identify this stream.

       unknown_<ID>.ogv:  This  is  an unknown stream, that could not be interpreted. The <ID> is
       the stream ID that is created by the encoder to uniquely identify this stream.

       All files are fully playable with your favoured video or audio player (except the streams,
       that are uninterpreted).

AUTHOR

       Joern Seger <yorn at gmx dot net>

SEE ALSO

       oggCut(1),   oggCat(1),   oggJoin(1),   oggTranscode(1),   oggSlideshow(1),   oggThumb(1),
       oggSilence(1)