Can anyone suggest a link that I can follow that will lead me to the OGM file format specification? I'm considering writing an authoring/conversion tool but can't find any documents that precisely specify the format.
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OGM isn't exactly an official format, but as I recall the container is standard Ogg. The Ogg container is documented on the Ogg Vorbis site, http://www.xiph.org/ogg/vorbis/docs.html. I think usually OGM files use either divx or xvid video with vorbis audio. You may find more stuff if you browse around http://www.vorbis.com/.
There are already some open-source tools for working with Ogg files, if you're OK with the licensing you may be able to use existing libraries and code. Ogg and Vorbis have an SDK with libraries, and there are a couple sets of free command-line tools for working with OGM files in UNIX and Windows.A man without a woman is like a statue without pigeons.