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Old 15th May 2003, 19:09   #1  |  Link
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Is there any tool to repair a damaged OGM file?

I have an ogm movie that gets out of sync when playing. The first half plays well but then the image starts to decompose.

When I open the file with virtualdubmod it starts reading until it pops an error window that reads "invalid page".

Does anybody know a tool to fix it??

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You can try to demux it using graphedit... then remux it.
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Re: Is there any tool to repair a damaged OGM file?

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When I open the file with virtualdub mod it starts reading untill it pops an error window that reads "invalid page".
In version 1.5.1.1a ?
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