ogginfo  -  gives  information  about  Ogg  files,  and  does extensive
   validity checking


   ogginfo [ -q ] [ -v ] [ -h ] file1.ogg ...  fileN.ogg


   ogginfo reads one or more Ogg files and prints information about stream
   contents  (including  chained  and/or  multiplexed streams) to standard
   output. It will detect  (but  not  correct)  a  wide  range  of  common
   defects,  with  many  additional  checks  specifically  for  Ogg Vorbis

   For all stream types ogginfo will print the filename  being  processed,
   the stream serial numbers, and various common error conditions.

   For   Vorbis  streams,  information  including  the  version  used  for
   encoding, the sample rate and  number  of  channels,  the  bitrate  and
   playback length, and the contents of the comment header are printed.

   Similarly,  for  Theora  streams,  basic information about the video is
   provided, including frame rate, aspect ratio, bitrate, length, and  the
   comment header.


   -h     Show a help and usage message.

   -q     Quiet  mode. This may be specified multiple times. Doing so once
          will remove the detailed informative messages, twice will remove
          warnings as well.

   -v     Verbose mode. At the current time, this does not do anything.


   Michael Smith <msmith@xiph.org>


   vorbiscomment(1), ogg123(1), oggdec(1), oggenc(1)

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