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Michael Adams wrote:
> Grip as supplied (9.0 + 9.1) does ogg vorbis encoding without any addons.
> Xmms will play the .oggs happily. They are more environmentally friendly
> (read better license) than mp3.

Ogg's are better but I can't put 100 or so on a CD and play them in my DVD
player (or a portable). I have to play them on a computer, and that is a bummer.

Anyone know of any stand-alone DVD players or portables that play ogg that
have actually shown up on the market yet? (vaporware doesn't count)

- --
KevinO

"If truth is beauty, how come no one has their hair done in the library?"
- -- Lily Tomlin
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