oggz-validate man page

oggz-validate — Validate the Ogg framing of one or more files

Synopsis

oggz-validate [-M num | --max-errors num ] [-p | --prefix ] [-s | --suffix ] [-P | --partial ] filename ...

oggz-validate [-h | --help ] [-v | --version ]

Description

oggz-validate validates the Ogg framing of one or more Ogg files.

oggz-validate detects the following errors in Ogg framing:

·
File contains no Ogg packets
·
Packets out of order
·
Packet belongs to unknown serialno
·
Granulepos decreasing within track
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Multiple bos pages
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Multiple eos pages
·
eos marked but no bos
·
Missing eos packets
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eos marked on page with no completed packets
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Granulepos on page with no completed packets
·
Theora video bos page after audio bos page
·
Terminal header page has non-zero granulepos
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Terminal header page contains non-header packet
·
Terminal header page contains non-header segment

oggz-validate exits with status 0 if all files are valid Ogg files, and with status 1 if one or more errors are found.

Options

oggz-validate accepts the following options:

Error reporting options

-M num, --max-errors num
Exit after the specified number of errors. A value of 0 specifies no maximum.
-p, --prefix
Treat input as the prefix of a stream; suppress warnings about missing end-of-stream markers
-s, --suffix
Treat input as the suffix of a stream; suppress warnings about missing beginning-of-stream markers on the first chain
-P, --partial
Treat input as a the middle portion of a stream. Equivalent to both --prefix and --suffix

Miscellaneous options

-h, --help
Display usage information and exit.
-v, --version
Output version information and exit.

Author

Conrad Parker April 3, 2005;

See Also

oggz-sort(1), oggz-dump(1), oggz-info(1)

Referenced By

oggz-chop(1), oggz-scan(1), oggz-sort(1).