Convert a videos audio track to ogg vorbis.

INPUT=<input_video> && ffmpeg -i "$INPUT" -vn -f wav - | oggenc -o ${INPUT%%.*}.ogg -
Assumes you have ffmpeg and oggenc. Similar to other scripts here, but this time outputting to Ogg Vorbis. I added the variable assignment for a nice output name. This is part of an interactive bash script I have with a few little multimedia tasks in it.

By: DaveQB
2009-05-19 07:57:43

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