The Ogg Video Tools is a toolbox for manipulating Ogg video files, which usually consist of a video stream (Theora) and an audio stream (Vorbis). It includes a number of handy command line tools for manipulating these video files, such as for splitting the different streams.
|Tags||multimedia Video Desktop Environment tools|
Release Notes: This release changed the build system to cmake. The oggResize tool was renamed to oggTranscode and was rewritten completly to have some more features. oggCat is now able to concatenate videos of different frame size, frame rate, audio sample rates, etc. The concatenation process will not have any effect on video and audio synchronization any more. Additionally, there are now installer packages for Windows and Mac OS X.
Release Notes: This release adds two new command line tools to the ogg video tools. The first one is oggSilence. It creates an Ogg/Vorbis file of a specified length that is filled with silence. All audio parameters, like sample rate, datarate, and number of channels can be given by command line options. The second tool is oggResize. It can resize a given Ogg file consisting of a Theora and/or a Vorbis stream. The available features are changing the framesize, the framerate or samplerate, changing the video or audio bitrate and many more.
Release Notes: This release fixes minor bugs with oggCut and adds a win32 version of the ogg video tools (available for all commandline tools except oggScroll).
Release Notes: This release adds two scripts to the project to create a thumbnail series and a slideshow with sound in an easy way. Additionally, it adds support for corrupt end-of-file identifiers, fixes some minor bugs, and updates the documentation.
Release Notes: This release contains a new command line tool "oggResize", which converts an Ogg/Theora file into another Ogg/Theora file with a different framesize, framerate, and datarate. Additionally, the release has been cleaned up and some minor bugs have been solved.