How to Encode Ogg, Theora, and WebM with Firefogg


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Encoding Ogg, Theora, and WebM with Firefogg

To encode our OGG and WebM formats, we're going to use Firefogg. Firefogg is a free plug-in for the Firefox browser you can find at firefogg.org. When you first come to the Firefogg page you'll have the option of downloading and installing the plug-in. Once you've done that, you should see this green box that says Firefogg installed. From there click on the Make web video link and then Select file. We are going to use the same source file that we used for. It's in our _video folder, podcast.mov. And then we were presented with a list of settings.

First thing I am going to do is click the Preset list and under the Settings drop-down we're going to select the Ogg high quality Theora format, because it has a maximum width of 1080 pixels. You can see the other ones have maximum width of 200 and 400, which is smaller than the video size that we're using. And so this isn't going to set the video size to 1080. It's just going to make sure it fits within there and s...

Encoding Ogg, Theora, and WebM with Firefogg
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Encoding Ogg, Theora, and WebM with Firefogg provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Steve Heffernan as part of the HTML5: Video and Audio in Depth

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