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Convert flash to Ogg with TinyOgg

TinyOggTinyOgg is a new Web application that makes it possible to “watch and listen to Flash-based videos without the need to Flash technology.” And it does this by first converting any flash video file to an Ogg (Theora) format. Ogg Theora is a “free and open video compression format from the Xiph.org Foundation”.

TinyOgg is based on Free Software tools, and is brought to us by Osama Khalid. The service is still in beta status, and only supports Youtube videos at the moment. This is one site you’ll want to bookmark – just in case.

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