fbarchard at google.com
Mon Jun 29 14:46:02 PDT 2009
Thanks J! 099 zip failed, but 098 worked. Theres a little inconsistency in
naming with and with -, but oggzmerge worked like a charm!replaced
ffmpeg -y -i sync2.ogg -i sync.ogv -vcodec copy -acodec copy sync2.ogv
oggzmerge sync2.ogg sync.ogv -o sync2.ogv
And the video validates fine with oggzinfo
Skeleton: serialno 0000009280
3 packets in 3 pages, 1.0 packets/page, 36.842% Ogg overhead
Vorbis: serialno 0000014758
10054 packets in 42 pages, 239.4 packets/page, 8.086% Ogg overhead
Audio-Samplerate: 44100 Hz
Theora: serialno 0000031488
5403 packets in 2091 pages, 2.6 packets/page, 1.049% Ogg overhead
Video-Framerate: 29.970 fps
and plays smoothly.
The versions of the tools I attempted to build with vc and mingw didnt work.
But I think the average users are happy to take any tools they can get, and
I encourage you to make binaries available for all the ogg tools.
It would also be nice if someone from ogg helped get ffmpeg working better.
On Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 2:17 PM, <j at v2v.cc> wrote:
> Frank Barchard wrote:
> > Hi folks,
> > I'm joining this list because I've encountered difficulties with the ogg
> > tools.
> > I'm running Windows, and can't find binaries for liboggz tools, such as
> > oggz-merge.exe
> > Can someone provide oggz-merge.exe?
> i keep versions of it at http://people.xiph.org/~j/oggz/
> looks like i forgot to update that for 0.9.9, you can get a more recent
> version at http://firefogg.org/nightly/oggz-merge.exe
> but will update the tools at http://people.xiph.org/~j/oggz/ soon.
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