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* Company: [[Xiph]]
* Company: [[Xiph]]


Originally developed for the [[Vorbis]] audio format. Later extended to OGM to include support for a lot of other types of audio and video.
The Ogg format was invented by [[Xiph]] for use with the [[Vorbis]] audio codec. It has later been extended to support other codecs developed by [[Xiph]]: [[Theora]] video, [[FLAC]] audio, [[Speex]] audio, and [[Opus]] audio. OGM is an unofficial extension to include support for many other types of audio and video, including [[MPEG-4]] video and [[MP3]] audio.


== Technical specifications ==
== Technical specifications ==

Latest revision as of 10:58, 14 September 2012

  • Extensions: ogg, ogm
  • Company: Xiph

The Ogg format was invented by Xiph for use with the Vorbis audio codec. It has later been extended to support other codecs developed by Xiph: Theora video, FLAC audio, Speex audio, and Opus audio. OGM is an unofficial extension to include support for many other types of audio and video, including MPEG-4 video and MP3 audio.

Technical specifications

The Ogg bitstream format is also documented in the following IETF RFCs: