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How do I make FFmpeg convert to Ogg Vorbis?, [was “FFMEP cant convert to ogg”] in G/Audio]
yenerich
post Aug 2 2012, 22:04
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This is not supposed to work?

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ffmpeg -y -i a.mp3 -acodec vorbis -aq 50 output.ogg


I tried mltiple ways an alwats fails in not gettong an ogg file.

Any help are welcome.
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lvqcl
post Aug 3 2012, 00:27
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http://xiphmont.livejournal.com/51160.html

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FFmpeg can be forced to use the external/system libVorbis library by passing:

-acodec libvorbis

as part of the FFmpeg command line.

Note that passing '-acodec vorbis' is incorrect and requests the low-quality built-in FFmpeg-internal Vorbis encoder.
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yenerich
post Aug 3 2012, 01:10
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QUOTE (yenerich @ Aug 2 2012, 23:04) *
This is not supposed to work?

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ffmpeg -y -i a.mp3 -acodec vorbis -aq 50 output.ogg


I tried mltiple ways an alwats fails in not gettong an ogg file.

Any help are welcome.



I foun an old version an it works fine but a new compile (from windows binary page), does not.
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LithosZA
post Aug 3 2012, 06:40
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Try one of the win32 builds from here:
http://ffmpeg.zeranoe.com/builds/

use '-acodec libvorbis' and NOT '-acodec vorbis'

You could also use oggenc from: http://www.rarewares.org/ogg-oggenc.php
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