[ogg-dev] Fwd: Vorbis-java wav-ogg encoder produces distorted OGG file

solomon kariri solomonkariri at gmail.com
Tue Dec 15 10:31:31 PST 2009

Actually there is nothing wrong with the encoder. I discovered that it was
due to the fact that the java encoder only supports encoding using 2
channels. So I created a java program that records using two channels and
everything was encoded fine. The noisy encoding was due to trimming of
channles on wav files that had more than 2 channels

On Thu, Dec 10, 2009 at 10:19 PM, Monty Montgomery <monty at xiph.org> wrote:

> On Thu, Dec 10, 2009 at 1:30 PM, Frank Barchard <fbarchard at google.com>
> wrote:
> > On Thu, Dec 10, 2009 at 10:06 AM, Monty Montgomery <monty at xiph.org>
> wrote:
> >>
> >> Vorbis-dev might be better....
> >
> > My issue is with theora/thusnelda for xiph tools.
> We never saw that message (your response to Solomon).  Thus my
> question about where you and Solomon were actually conversing.
> > I didn't see a solution to my problem?  Last time I tried, I used this
> > version:
> > ffmpeg2theora 0.25+svn16605 - Xiph.Org libtheora 1.1 20090822 (Thusnelda)
> > I have a video I could post somewhere that does not compress properly
> with
> > xiph, but does with ffmpeg.
> > On the latest ffmpeg I saw a patch that added 422 and 444 for ogg.  But
> they
> > dont seem to work.  Does ffmpeg2theora this?
> I see, I could take a look at the video.  If you can put it somewhere,
> let me know, I will grab it and have a look.  I'd also like to see the
> exact command lines you've been trying to use to compress it.
> Thanks,
> Monty

Solomon Kariri,

Software Developer,
Cell: +254736 729 450
Skype: solomonkariri
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