Convert OGM to DVD format, burn OGM to DVD disc. Then your videos can be played on any DVD player; Optimized especially for OGM videos; Also support other popular video formats (up to 60 video codecs). Such as AVI to DVD, WMV to DVD, DivX to DVD, FLV to DVD, etc.
Name: Solid OGM to DVD Converter and Burner
Size: 5.9 M
Price: $42 $29.95 30% OFF!
This version is for Windows™. If you are using Apple Mac OS, please click here.
- - Convert OGM to DVD format, burn OGM to DVD disc;
- - Create DVD movie disc with your own subtitles;
- - Burn OGM to DVD Folder and ISO file.
- - Support DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD-5, DVD-9, Mini DVD, Mini DVD DL
- - Reliable burning engine will burn your OGM videos to DVD disc after encoding
- - Create your own subtitles via OGM to DVD Burner
- - Create DVD chapters freely via Solid OGM to DVD Converter and Burner
Support Video formats
Vorbis Files: *.ogm | AVI files: *.avi | MPEG video files: *.mpg;*.m2v;*.mpeg | Windows Media Video files: *.wmv;*.asf
Ogg Media (OGM)
meaning Ogg Media File, is a container format (for video, audio and subtitle streams). It was developed by Tobias Waldvogel and can do a few things the common AVI format cannot. OGM's features include in particular:
- - Chapter support
- - Multiple subtitle tracks
- - Multiple audio tracks of various formats (MP3, AC3, AAC, Vorbis, LPCM)
- - Vorbis audio support (there is no standard way for AVI to support Vorbis, making any attempt unreliable and potentially incompatible with players)
It's needed by most customers that convert ogm to dvd so that the videos can be played on home or portable dvd players. Solid OGM to DVD Converter and Burner can do this job for you. It can burn videos to dvd after encoding.
OGM support for Windows (including Microsoft's Windows Media Player) is available via Tobias's own OggDS, Haali Media Splitter, VLC, or RadLight's Ogg Media filters (the last of which can also decode Theora video). On Unix-based systems OGM support is available in MPlayer, xine and VLC.
Fundamentally, the format is a hack of the Ogg container format, which had only been designed to support encoders endorsed by Xiph.org (website), the creators of Ogg. It is most likely going to be viewed as a temporary solution, to be phased out when other media container formats (for example, Matroska, MKV ) mature and come to support the same services. If you want to convert MKV to DVD, you should go to the MKV to DVD official site.
Originally, a major drawback of OGM was that it was not free or open-source software, even though it was based on the free and open-source Ogg framework. The reason was that Tobias was embarrassed about the quick-dirty-hack quality of his code, wanting to improve it before releasing it to the keen eyes of the Xiph.org people. Tobias has officially joined the Xiph.org team since, and has donated all the code of his DirectShow filters — including format manipulation and playback — to their BSD-style free software licensed repository. It is available, though without documentation, in the "oggds" module of the repository. Another implementation is available in Moritz Bunkus' ogmtools package.
OGM files most often carry video encoded in the MPEG-4 ASP format and audio in Vorbis or AC-3 (Dolby Digital). And our software can convert MPEG to DVD video and keep the best video quality.
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