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Listing H.5. FFmpeg command line
H.7. Encoding to Ogg/Theora
Every browser that supports Ogg/Theora also supports WebM, which means most of the
time it'll be technically unnecessary to create an Ogg/Theora version of your video. But
if you want to support the older versions of those browsers or you prefer the Ogg/The-
ora format for ideological reasons, your best bet is to download ffmpeg2theora. This is a
command-line tool based on the FFmpeg libraries that works out all of the correct video
encoding settings: .
Binaries are available for all the major OSes. It's similar to FFmpeg in how you use it; an
example command is shown here.
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