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|OGMDemuxer is a basic demultiplexer that allow you to demux streams from an OGM file. It automatically creates an AVI file for a video stream, an Ogg file for an Ogg Vorbis stream, an SRT file for subtitles, ... Command line tool but just drag and drop your .ogm on the OGMDemuxer.exe and it will demultiplex/split all streams automatically.
2.1.r2 (June 20, 2005)
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Command line tool but just drag and drop your .ogm on the OGMDemuxer.exe and it will demultiplex/split all streams automatically.
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I think i like ogmdemuxer better than using vdubMOD for messing with ogm files. Its as fast as vdubMOD but with less clicking with the mouse. Juss drag and drop the ogm file to the .exe and wait its so easy !!! Of course you'll need another audio program like dbpoweramp or riverpast to convert the ogg to wav than use besweet the convert to ac3. Do not try to demux two omg files at the same time, opening 2 ogmdemuxer slow down ALOT, but its still very fast using it one at a time so it gets an 8 for functionality. Also ogmdemuxer doesn't mess up the subtitle file like vdubMOD does. NO MORE resyncing subtitle with omgdemuxer so thats alot of less work for me. Batch would have been very nice but oh well still gets the job done quick :)
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