[vorbis] Re-encoding ogg-files at lower bitrates

Ole Tange tange at tange.dk
Wed Oct 17 17:52:31 PDT 2001

I have some speech encoded at 140 kbps that I would like to have encoded
at 40-60 kbps instead.

I could just convert the file to wav and re-encode the file, but I seem to
recall that ogg-files very easily can be converted to lower bitrates
(something with cutting off the last bits). I would assume that this also
will preserve more of the original data.

Is there a utility for this?


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