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** [[MIME_Types_and_File_Extensions]]: MIME Types and file extensions for Ogg multimedia files
 
** [[MIME_Types_and_File_Extensions]]: MIME Types and file extensions for Ogg multimedia files
 
** [[Subtle]]: Subtitling tool for professional use that intends to support most subtitle formats including CMML and OggKate
 
** [[Subtle]]: Subtitling tool for professional use that intends to support most subtitle formats including CMML and OggKate
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** [[Text_Codecs_Ogg_Mapping]]: A generic media mapping for (discontinuous) text codecs into Ogg
  
 
* '''Compressed Codecs:'''
 
* '''Compressed Codecs:'''

Revision as of 10:50, 8 November 2008

  • General Usage:
  • Compressed Codecs:
    • OggDirac: The "next-generation" video codec, lossy or lostless
    • Ghost: A "next-generation" audio codec (vapourware so far -- don't hold your breath)
    • OggCELT: A low-latency audio codec
    • OggMNG: A mapping for encapsulating the MNG animation format in Ogg
  • Uncompressed Codecs:
    • OggKate: A codec for karaoke and text encapsulation in Ogg
    • OggPCM: New Uncompressed PCM audio, currently being implemented (formerly Draft2)
    • OggSpots: A mapping for encapsulating timed images in Ogg
    • OggUVS: Uncompressed RGB and YUV video, under active development (preferred to OggRGB and OggYUV).
  • Abandonware (nobody working on those as far as we know)
    • Oggless: Embedding Xiph codecs like Vorbis in containers other than Ogg
    • IceShare: P2P content distribution
    • OggPCM_Draft1: Original uncompressed PCM audio proposal
    • OggRGB: Original uncompressed RGB video proposal
    • OggWrit: Text phrase codec (e.g. subtitles)
    • OggYUV: Original uncompressed YUV video proposal