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    GUIDE: Convert ogm into avi

    First of all, sorry about my crappy English, I’ll try to make it understandable, but if there's any doubt, feel free to ask.

    This manual explains how to convert Ogm format into Avi in a really easy way, but please read it carefully: ogm and ogg is not the same.

    You will need 2 programs:
    a) VirtualDubMod 1.5.10.1 (All inclusive) or higher version.
    http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...group_id=65889
    b) WinLame
    http://winlame.sourceforge.net/download.php

    And course you need will need all the corresponding codecs already installed.


    1. Separate the audio

    Open the file with VirtualDubMod, then go to the menu Streams à Stream List. A list will be display with all the different audios your file has (jap, english…) and another one called Ogg Media File, choose the last one and click on Demux, this will separate the audio. Save the ogg file.


    2. Convert audio into mp3

    Now run WinLame (BeSweet or dbPowerAmp can work too, but Winlame is the easier to use) and open your new ogg audio file, write the Samplerate (something like 48000 Hz) and the Bitrate (something like 75 kbps ) showed in the screen, we’re gonna need the later so write down those numbers. Click next.
    Next screen in Output Setting, Output Module choose Lame mp3 encoder and save the file and then choose a location for the new file. Leave the rest as default.

    Next window is “Presets”, you can choose any of them, I strongly recommend to choose default and work on the file, I will explain how to do this don’t worry. Select it and click on next.

    Now you have 2 option: constant bitrate or average rate. I you’re gonnna see the file in a DVD (that supports avi) select average bitrate. In mean bitrate choose the number you wrote on before (the one in kbps).

    In MPEG Type / Output Frequency select the other number you wrote (the one in Hz) it must be something between 44100-48000 Hz.

    I also recommend:
    In Other Settings -à Algorith Quality select Q1.
    In Channel Mode mark Joint Stereo.

    The next screen, Lame Advanced Settings. Just enable “mark as original” and "disable all filters”. Click next.

    Encode the file. Be patient, it can take a while depending on your file’s size. Now you have an mp3.

    3. Join audio and video.

    Open your original ogm file in VirtualDubMod again, go to Streams à Stream list and disable the ogg audio and other audio you don’t need (for example if the file is in Japanese and English select the one you don’t want to keep, the same goes to subtitles that appear to be audio in the stream list) by clicking Disable.

    Now Add the mp3 file you created using WinLame.
    Note: If you chose variable bitrate, the program will make a warning, choose “no”.

    A very important thing: in the Main Menu Select Video à Direct Stream Copy.

    Now just save the file (avi file not ogm, please!), saving can take a while too.

    If the output file is just too big, you can do things:
    - Repeat all the process and choosing a lower bitrate
    - Edit the video (Windows Movie Maker is easy to use).

    I made some modifications in the other forum based on some comments, but I truly can't remember all of them
    Also, I have to tell that this manual may not work with some subtitles (when they're not part of the video), in this case use a Software called "Snagit" that it's really really simple to use, so I don't think we need a manual, but let me know any question you have

    And if you found this guide useful, u can rep me.
    Last edited by malary; 04-20-2007 at 06:35 AM.

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    things get actually a 'little more complicated' when you want to rip a subtitled ogm from a dvd. i tried it and it really gave me headaches

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    Agree. The good new is that there's not files in this site in dvd format.

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    Gaara Kazekage (L10)Sebastian (L13)Pain (L13)
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    yeah but i really wanted to rip some animes that i borrowed from the library

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    Inochimizu
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    The best I found to do, if you want to watch only on your computer, is to convert OGM in MKV.

    First, Demux the subtitle file.
    Second, Disable the subtitle track and english track.
    Third, Save the file as .mkv, direct stream copy.

    Be sure to rename both .mkv and .srt the same name and VobSub will take care of it. You save space for the english track removed. If you want to play it on DVD player then ... I don't know what to do.

    If you are on MacOS X and you have problems with .ogm and .mkv playback get VLC.


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    Thank you for the info.

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    Just downloaded Enzai and it came up as an omg file. I typically use DiviX to view anything I download. Is there an easier way to convert an omg file to an avi file? I'm not terribly computer literate (I know where the on button is) so anything explained so a three year old could get it would be appreciated. What I read in this post kinda confused me and I would like to see this anime, but if the whole process is just over my head, I'll delete it without a thought.

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    Inochimizu
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    For anything .ogm or .mkv that has more than one audio track I suggest forgetting Divx Player. You won't be able to change audio tracks with Divx Player. Use Media Player Classic, you won't have any problem.

  10. #9
    dragostei
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    BsPlayer works too.

  11. #10
    Sclon
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    Mh... when I try to open my new file with WinLAME (Point 2 "Convert audio into mp3"), it shows the error message ;_; what shoul I do then?.. O_o

 

 
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