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oggz-dump(1)		    General Commands Manual		  oggz-dump(1)

NAME
       oggz-dump -- Hexdump packets of an Ogg file, or revert an Ogg file from
       such a hexdump

SYNOPSIS
       oggz-dump [-b  |	--binary ]  [-x	 | --hexadecimal ]   [-n   |  --new  ]
       [-o filename  | --output	filename ]  [-c	content-type  |	--content-type
       content-type ]  [-s serialno  | --serialno serialno ]  [-O   |  --hide-
       offset  ]  [-S  | --hide-serialno ]  [-G	 | --hide-granulepos ]	[-P  |
       --hide-packetno ] filename

       oggz-dump [-r  |	--revert ]  [-o	filename  | --output filename ]	 file-
       name

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

Description
       oggz-dump  generates  a hexadecimal or binary dump of packets in	an Ogg
       file, or	creates	an Ogg file from a hexadecimal oggz-dump file.

Options
       oggz-dump accepts the following options:

   Dump	format options
       -b, --binary
		 Generate a binary dump	of each	packet

       -x, --hexadecimal
		 Generate a hexadecimal	dump of	each packet

   Filtering options
       -n, --new Only dump the first packet  of	 each  new  logical  bitstream
		 found;	 for  correctly	 formed	Ogg files, this	dumps only the
		 beginning-of-stream packets.

       -c content-type,	--content-type content-type
		 Dump only the logical bitstreams for a	specific content-type.
		 Run  oggz-known-codecs(1)  for	a full list of codecs known by
		 the installed version of oggz.

       -s serialno, --serialno serialno
		 Dump only the logical bitstream with specified	serialno.

       -O, --hide-offset
		 Hide the byte offset field of the preamble  for  each	packet
		 dumped.  This	is particularly	useful in conjunction with og-
		 gzdiff(1) when	comparing Ogg bitstreams that differ  only  in
		 page structure.

       -S, --hide-serialno
		 Hide  the  serialno  field  of	 the  preamble for each	packet
		 dumped. This is particularly useful in	conjunction  with  og-
		 gzdiff(1)  when  comparing Ogg	bitstreams that	differ only in
		 serialno assignment.

       -G, --hide-granulepos
		 Hide the granulepos field of the  preamble  for  each	packet
		 dumped.

       -P, --hide-packetno
		 Hide  the  packetno  field  of	 the  preamble for each	packet
		 dumped.

   Mode	options
       -r, --revert
		 Revert	an oggz-dump. Generates	an Ogg bitstream as prescribed
		 in the	input oggz-dump.

		 The  serialno,	 granulepos  and packetno fields of the	packet
		 preambles in the oggz-dump, as	well as	any bos	or eos markers
		 if  present,  are  used to structure the packets into logical
		 bitstreams. Hence it is advised that the original input oggz-
		 dump not be generated with any	hiding filters.

		 Only  the hexadecimal data columns of the input oggz-dump are
		 parsed	when generating	Ogg packet data; the printable charac-
		 ter representation is ignored.

   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.

EXAMPLES
       Dump all	bitstreams in file.ogg:

	      oggz dump	file.ogg

       Dump only the Theora bitstream in file.ogv:

	      oggz dump	-c theora file.ogv

AUTHOR
       Conrad Parker	    November 17, 2003;

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 2003 CSIRO	Australia

SEE ALSO
       oggz-diff(1), hogg(1)	   xxd(1), hexdump(1)

								  oggz-dump(1)

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

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