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📌 An .OGV video container belongs to the category of video file sources stored and opened in the Xiph.Org open-based extension definition. Precisely, .OGV file record includes video streams encoded with one or more substantial compression schemas, like Daala, Dirac, or Theora, and may not or may maintain internal audio streaming sessions. Ordinary users are accustomed to exploit the .OGV format branch to store relevant video file content for further publication on the web-pages and online-portals. The .OGV tech specification serves as a multimedia file standard, compatible with numerous metadata streams, text, audio and video broadcasting sessions. You are afforded a chance to compress each stream in the file container structure with different separate compression routines and algorithms.
📌 The .OGV file samples can be played back and opened by appropriate media players, like MPlayer, Elmedia Player, JRiver Media Center, VLC and others. Various third-party suites have acquired the enhanced support with the .OGV extension area due to distribution of the designated DirectShow codec pack by the developer of the format basement, the Xiph.Org group. Furthermore, you may also open up and convert the .OGV video sequences into alternate file shapes and forms, such as .ASF, .TS, .WEBM, .MP4 and other respective external format items. Last but not least, the audio layers embedded into the .OGV video tracks, can also be extracted in the form of .WAV, .FLAC, or .MP3 compositions. Among the supported video and audio converting suites, Miro Video Converter, VLC and numerous online-services should be specified on the first hand.