[Matroska-users] Re: mkv and ogm trouble
Christian HJ Wiesner
chris at matroska.org
Wed Jul 27 21:38:45 CEST 2005
OGM is an unspecified,discontinued container format made by an
individual, and even worse it has no real specs. Both our main MKV
creation tools, mkvmerge/mmg.exe and avi-mux GUI ( links in our download
section ) can convert OGM files into MKVs in a fast and lossless
process, and the resulting files will even be a bit smaller because MKV
has a lot less overhead than OGM.
matroska project admin
>I don't know where exactly to direct this, but I've got some technical
>problems. When I install Matroska I'm capable of seeing mkv files.
>However, ogm files are corrupted and it's like the picture is pushed
>out of its normal form. It remains at it's normal height, but it's
>squeezed from the right and 3/4 of the total film is black while
>everything is compressed in the left side.
>To overcome this I uninstalled the codec pack and reinstalled it
>without the ffdshow since I has a ffdshow from another codec pack.
>Then the ogm files worked, but the mkv files were unable to be played
>I suppose I could uninstall and reinstall each time, but it's kinda
>annoying. Is there any way to make the ogm files into mkv files or the
>other way around? I really hate having to download all sorts of
>combined codec packs that don't work and I'll be fine with one file
>type only. Can you help?
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