Category:Ogg Mappings

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The way that data for each codec is stored in an Ogg container is called its "mapping" into Ogg.

Data for a particular track of content is stored in a single Ogg logical bitstream. The mapping for each codec usually specifies:

  • The structure of the beginning-of-stream (BOS) page
  • Whether or not the codec uses VorbisComment metadata
  • Any other headers

Additional information may be stored in a corresponding OggSkeleton fisbone entry.

Pages in category "Ogg Mappings"

The following 16 pages are in this category, out of 16 total.