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OggEnc

OggEnc is a flexible and fully featured command line encoder for the Ogg Vorbis format. It is the official command line encoder for Ogg Vorbis, a high quality audio codec from xiph.org

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  •  21 Nov 2003 10:55

Release Notes: This release reads FLAC and Ogg FLAC files and supports 24-bit input and little-endian AIFF files.

  •  24 Oct 2002 10:19

No changes have been submitted for this release.

  •  23 Feb 2002 00:06

Release Notes: libvorbis RC3 is now supported and the interface was changed to allow access to new its features. Quality based modes are now the default. Fully managed bitrate modes are now available.

  •  16 Aug 2001 08:43

Release Notes: Update to rc2 libvorbis, and associated internal changes. Adds UTF8 comment writing. Libvorbis changes include: channel coupling, bitrate management engine, and low bitrate support.

  •  28 Feb 2001 16:40

Release Notes: Support for AIFF, AIFF/C, and additional wav sub-formats, extensive bugfixes and improvements in the underlying vorbis libraries give the beta 4 encoder much higher quality. Encoding speed is improved by a factor of 2.

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10 May 2005 15:52 fersten

long live Ogg Vorbis!
Ogg Vorbis offers better sound quality than mp3 while requiring only half as much storage space for comparable results and most importantly it is open and free of patents. Ogg Vorbis features a flexible tagging standard which allows complete customization of tags for a given file, including user defined tags. There are now quite a few hardware audio players that support it. By the way, you should never transcode your mp3 files to Ogg Vorbis which uses similar but different techniques to remove information and by transcoding you lose information twice. KAudioCreator (freshmeat.net/projects... ) is a nice frontend to encode audio cds to Ogg Vorbis. OggEnc is part of the Vorbis tools (freshmeat.net/projects...). Tom (www.very-clever.com/)

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