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    What file format is it and how do i burn it so i can watch it.

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    that's an Ogg media file. it's sort of like AVI, it combines a video file with an audio file inside a container, but unlike AVI it can hold multiple audio tracks, subtitles, and chapter breaks.

    you need to install OggDS to open the file. http://tobias.everwicked.com/oggds.htm

    and if you are trying to watch an ogm file that includes subtitles, you'd want to install a subtitle decoder like DirectVobSub, as well. http://www.afterdawn.com/software/video_so...ools/vobsub.cfm

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    OGM - Ogg media. It's a video format that allows multiple/switchable audio/subtitle streams. The video still uses divx/xvid but the audio is ogg vorbis. You burn it like an avi file to CD-R. However, you need to use a player that allows you to select audio/subtitle streams such as MediaPlayerClassic. You can play it with WMP but you cannot select different audio/subtitles; WMP defaults to the 1st audio stream.

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    OggDS provides nearly complete ogm compatibility for WMP 9. selectable audio and subtitles work. i think the only thing that doesn't work is the chapter breaks.

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    Ok thakns but how do i burn it so my DvD can play it.I use nero and created an cd rom where i put the files. should i use the Vcd option to burn it.

    note that the Cd rom didint work

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    Originally posted by Unlimited@17 August 2003 - 10:26
    Ok thakns but how do i burn it so my DvD can play it.I use nero and created an cd rom where i put the files. should i use the Vcd option to burn it.

    note that the Cd rom didint work
    http://www.dvdrhelp.com/forum/userguides/89139.php

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    Originally posted by 3RA1N1AC@17 August 2003 - 10:34
    http://www.dvdrhelp.com/forum/viewtopic.ph...8498&highlight=



    edit: too quick for me, sushi.
    But your solution looks easier to use

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