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Ogg Skeleton 4

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Ogg Skeleton version 4.1 Format Specification
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| Segment length in bytes | 64-67
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+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+
| Content byte offset | 72-75
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| | 76-79
The first-sample-time and last-sample-time are rational numbers, in units of seconds. If the denominator is 0 for the first-sample-time or the last-sample-time, then that value was unable to be determined at indexing time, and is unknown.
The exact number of keyframes used to construct key points in the index is up to the indexer, but to limit the index size, we recommend including at most one key point per every 64KB of data, or every 2000ms, whichever is least frequent.   
=== Further restrictions ===
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