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Ogg Vorbis , Ogx, Oga Doubts
vidhyarthi
post Dec 10 2009, 14:31
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Hi,

I have few doubts about Ogg.

1. Is there any encoder available for Vorbis to encode with 500+ kbps? The link below shows that q 10 is recommended for 500-1000 but libvorbis codec (Oggxpd) has a maximum bitrate of 500kbps.
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http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?title=Recommended_Ogg_Vorbis



2. Is Oga is same as Ogg with only audio but with a mere change in extension ? Is there any encoder that encodes FLAC or any other audio into Oga container?


3. Is there any encoder available for Ogx ? Where can I get specimen files for oga and ogx?

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Antonski
post Dec 10 2009, 14:46
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QUOTE (vidhyarthi @ Dec 10 2009, 15:31) *
2. Is Oga is same as Ogg with only audio but with a mere change in extension ? Is there any encoder that encodes FLAC or any other audio into Oga container?


The FLAC Frontend coming with official Flac distribution can store flac content in ogg container (with default extension oga), but you are right, oga=ogg.

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post Dec 10 2009, 16:37
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If you want 500+ kbps bitrate, LossyFLAC/Wavpack lossy is a more reasonable choice IMO.
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post Dec 11 2009, 12:04
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500+ kbps sounds like the OP should go for lossless compression directly. (talking about stereo files, right?)


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