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oggz-merge(1)                                          oggz-merge(1)

       oggz-merge  — Merge Ogg files together, interleaving pages in
       order of presentation time.

       oggz-merge [-o filename  | --output filename ] filename ...

       oggz-merge [-h  | --help ]  [-v  | --version ]

       oggz-merge merges Ogg files together, interleaving  pages  in
       order  of  presentation  time.   It  correctly interprets the
       granulepos timestamps of Ogg CELT, CMML, Dirac,  FLAC,  Kate,
       PCM,  Speex,  Theora  and Vorbis bitstreams.  Run oggz-known-
       codecs(1) for a full list of codecs known  by  the  installed
       version of oggz.

       For  example,  if  you have an Ogg Theora video file, and its
       soundtrack stored separately as an Ogg Speex audio file,  and
       you can use oggz-merge to create a single Ogg file containing
       the video and audio, interleaved together in parallel.

       Similarly, using oggz-merge on a  collection  of  Ogg  Vorbis
       audio  files will create a big Ogg file with all the songs in
       parallel, ie. interleaved for simultaneous playback.  Such  a
       file  is proper Ogg, but not "Ogg Vorbis I" -- the Ogg Vorbis
       I specification defines an Ogg Vorbis file  as  an  Ogg  file
       containing  only  one Vorbis track at a time (ie. no parallel
       multiplexing). Many music players (which  use  libvorbisfile)
       aren't  designed  to  play  multitrack Ogg files.  In general
       however, video players, and anything built  on  a  multimedia
       framework  (like GStreamer, DirectShow etc.) will probably be
       able to handle such files.

       If you want to  create  a  file  containing  some  Ogg  files
       sequenced  one after another, then you should simply concate‐
       nate them together using cat. In Ogg this is  called  "chain‐
       ing".  If you cat Ogg Vorbis I audio files together, then the
       result will also be a compliant Ogg Vorbis file.

       oggz-merge accepts the following options:

   Miscellaneous options
       -o filename, --output filename
                 Write output to the specified filename  instead  of
                 printing it to standard output.

       -h, --help
                 Display usage information and exit.

       -v, --version
                 Output version information and exit.

       Merge pages of audio.oga and video.ogv:

              oggz merge -o output.ogv audio.oga video.ogv

       Conrad Parker        September 21, 2004;

       Copyright © 2004 CSIRO Australia

       cat(1), oggz-rip(1), oggz-dump(1), oggz-diff(1), hogg(1)

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