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oggz(1)			    General Commands Manual		       oggz(1)

NAME
       oggz -- inspect and manipulate Ogg multimedia files

SYNOPSIS
       oggzhelp	command	command	args

Description
       oggz  is	 a  suite  of tools for	manipulating Ogg multimedia files.  It
       supports	multiplexed files conformant  with  RFC3533.  Oggz  can	 parse
       headers	for CELT, CMML,	Dirac, FLAC, Kate, PCM,	Speex, Theora and Vor-
       bis, and	can read and write Ogg Skeleton	logical	bitstreams.

Commands
	  o  helpDisplay help for a specific subcommand	(eg. "oggz help	chop")

   Reporting
	  o  diffHexdump the packets of	two Ogg	files and output differences.

	  o  dumpHexdump packets of an Ogg file, or revert an  Ogg  file  from
	     such a hexdump.

	  o  infoDisplay  information  about  one  or more Ogg files and their
	     bitstreams.

	  o  scanScan an Ogg file and output characteristic landmarks.

	  o  validateValidate the Ogg framing of one or	more files.

   Extraction
	  o  ripExtract	one or more logical bitstreams from an Ogg file.

   Editing
	  o  chopExtract the part of an	Ogg file between  given	 start	and/or
	     end times.

	  o  commentList  or  edit  comments  in  an Ogg file.	mergeMerge Ogg
	     files together,  interleaving  pages  in  order  of  presentation
	     time.sortSort  the	 pages of an Ogg file in order of presentation
	     time.

Options
       oggz accepts the	following options:

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

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

AUTHOR
       Conrad Parker	    July  9, 2008;

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 2008 Annodex Association

SEE ALSO
       ogginfo(1)	hogg(1)

								       oggz(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | Description | Commands | Options | AUTHOR | COPYRIGHT | SEE ALSO

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