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  • Auogg
    Auogg is a simple Ogg/Vorbis player for the Network Audio System. It's based on libaudio, libvorbis, and libogg, and relies on the Argp facility of the GNU C Library. As a result, it's really tiny (about 13 KiB C source and about 11 KiB compiled binary).
  • Autogg
    Autogg started as a music player that also sorted your music and presented it in a nice list based on albums, like a jukebox. Originally it only played files of the ogg vorbis format. Now it is sorting both mp3 and ogg files, but the playback is done by xmms, or you can use drag and drop with other players.
  • Boss Ogg
    Boss Ogg is a music server. It's a little different, though. It's server based. Basically, it means that the music plays on the machine the server is running on. Any number of different types of clients can connect to this server (either locally, or remotely) and control the server to do it's bidding. It works very well in an entertainment center, or in an area where more than one person is listening at once.
  • cdevour
    cdevour is a set of scripts designed to make CD ripping painless. Aside from swapping discs, it aims for as little user interaction as possible. Drives are continually polled for discs. Upon finding a disc in a drive, it determines what CD it is, makes sure it has enough disk space, and rips. Names are retrieved from CDDB and the disc is ejected when finished. CDs that have already been ripped are ejected immediately, and when there is not enough disk space, the script waits until there is. A separate encoding script encodes files into Ogg Vorbis in the background. Encoded files are tagged and renamed. Another script can move albums into a music directory automatically.
  • crip
    crip is a terminal-based ripper/encoder/tagger tool for creating Ogg Vorbis/FLAC/MP3 files under UNIX/Linux. It is well-suited for anyone (especially the perfectionist) who seeks to make a lot of files from CDs and have them all properly labeled and professional-quality with a minimum of hassle and yet still have flexibility and full control over everything.
  • cutoggvorbis
    cutoggvorbis is a small and fast command line Ogg/Vorbis editor. It lets you select sections of an Ogg/Vorbis interactively or via a timetable and save them to separate files without quality loss. It uses ogg123 for playback and even works with files bigger than 2GB.
  • dvdtoogg
    dvdtoogg is a script for converting the audio content of a DVD to a multi-channel Ogg Vorbis file.
  • gogg
    gogg is an Ogg player featuring a nice tree structured playlist.
  • Gwav2ogg
    Gwav2ogg is a GTK front-end, based off of the 2.4.x libs, for the oggenc tool. It will convert any wav file into an ogg file. It can recursivly search a given directory for wav files or convert a single file as well.
  • KOggEnc
    KOggEnc is a basic WAV to OGG converter.
  • Korbis
    Korbis provides an easy-to-use interface to CD-Paranoia an oggenc.
  • mp32ogg
    mp32ogg is a perl script to convert MP3 files to Ogg Vorbis files, retaining ID3 information, and optionally renaming the output files, as well as deleting the originals.
  • NavSys
    NavSys is a combined OGG player / GPS application to be used as a navigation system and audio integrated system in a vehicle.
  • Nogger
    Nogger is a bloat-free Ogg Vorbis player using GTK 2.0.
  • Ogg Theora
    Ogg Theora is Xiph.Org's first publicly released video codec, intended for use within the Ogg's project's Ogg multimedia streaming system. Theora is derived directly from On2's VP3 codec and is a superset of VP3.
  • Ogg Vorbis
    Ogg Vorbis Player is a GTK+ based Vorbis File player. Current features are standard Play/Pause, FF, Rewind, etc. buttons. Graphical Output Levels. Planned features include Playlists and Streaming Internet audio. Requires SDL 1.1.8+, libogg, and libvorbis.
  • Ogg::Vorbis::Decoder
    Ogg::Vorbis::Decoder provides users with Decoder objects for Ogg Vorbis files. One can read data in PCM format from the stream, seek by raw bytes, PCM samples, or time, and gather decoding-specific information not provided by Ogg::Vorbis::Header.
  • Oggasm
    Oggasm is a program that makes converting your mp3 collection into oggs a all but painless process. Using oggenc and mpg321, with perl glueing it all together, oggasm is able to go through an entire collection, identify id3 tags and then convert those mp3s into oggs while keeping the id3 tags intact.
  • OggEnc
    OggEnc is a flexible and fully featured command line encoder for the Ogg Vorbis format. It is the official command line encoder for Ogg Vorbis, a high quality audio codec from xiph.org.
  • Oggify
    Oggify is a perl script designed to take flac formatted audio and encode it into ogg vorbis or mp3. It allows you to specify a directory that contains flac files and will encode all flac files in the directory tree into ogg or mp3 files in a similar directory tree.
  • ogmencoder
    ogmencoder is a Perl script that uses MPlayer/Mencoder and Transcode to create an OGM (audio Vorbis) backup of your DVD, ready to be burned to a CD-R.
  • ogmtools
    ogmtools allows information about (ogminfo) or extraction from (ogmdemux) or creation of (ogmmerge) OGG media streams.
  • Oyez
    Oyez is a Vorbis/MP3 streaming audio server. The current version is very feature poor, but seems to work well for streaming vorbis/MP3 static files from a playlist.
  • Perl Ogg Encoder
    PerlOggEnc is a simple frontend to the cdparanoia cd-ripping software and the oggenc (part of the vorbis-tools distribution) Ogg encoder. The task of this program is simple: rip all the cd and make .ogg songs. Just execute the script, answer to a few little questions (album title, author, song title) and a few minutes later (depending on the speed of your cdrom drive and your cpu power) you'll find the Ogg files under the AUTHOR/ALBUM/ directory (created by the script, if needed).
  • Squelch
    s.q.u.e.l.c.h is an Ogg Vorbis audio player. It features a sophisticated, innovative playlist manager and an integrated Vorbis tag editor. Output formats supported: Output : ALSA , aRts , esd , IRIX, OSS , NULL, Solaris, raw, AU, WAV.... anything supported by libao.
  • Theorur
    Theorur is a GUI for streaming Ogg/Theora to an icecast server. It supports A/V input from v4l or IEEE 1394 devices. Theorur needs dvgrab, ffmpeg2theora, and oggfwd_im.
  • TocaRaul!
    TocaRaul! is a playlist manager intended to be used with icecast2, and ices2 to stream ogg vorbis files over the network.
  • togg
    togg is a simple Ogg Vorbis tag editor. Its syntax is strongly modeled after id3, the command-line ID3 tag editor, in order to allow for easy mass-tagging of your audio files.
  • vlorb
    vlorb is a console frontend for cdparanoia and CDDB. It vlorb rips and encodes tracks from an audio CD to Ogg Vorbis files. The aim of vlorb is to create high-quality Ogg Vorbis audio files in a simple way, while providing a comfortable feature set.
  • Vocoditor
    Vocoditor is a quick-and-dirty Ogg/Vorbis file comment editor. It was written in Perl, and uses vorbiscomment tool to read and write the actual values. The user interface has been made using Glade UI builder and Perl-GTK+.
  • vorbisgain
    VorbisGain is a utility that uses a psychoacoustic method to correct the volume of an Ogg Vorbis file to a predefined standardized loudness. It is meant as a replacement for the normalization that is commonly used before encoding.
  • Vorbix
    Vorbix is a graphical front-end for VorbisComment, OggEnc, OggDec/Ogg123, & VorbisGain.
  • w2otk
    w2otk is a front end to oggenc. Its purpose is to easily batch-convert a whole album in WAV format to ogg format. It allows setting album-wide options like quality, genre, and artist name.



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