Real Networks (RealPlayer) teams up with Ogg Vorbis

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#1

I just posted the article Real Networks (RealPlayer) teams up with Ogg Vorbis.

RealNetworks continues its ‘support’ to the open source community and announced today that it has signed an agreement with Xiph.Org Foundation to integrate the Ogg Vorbis audio lossy compression…

Read the full article here:  [http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/4212-Real-Networks-RealPlayer--teams-up-with-Ogg-Vorbis.html](http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/4212-Real-Networks-RealPlayer--teams-up-with-Ogg-Vorbis.html)

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#2

It’s great to see more support being add for Ogg Vorbis. It doesn’t cost anything anyway so it can only mean a very good thing.


#3

Call me Mr Cynical - but everytime a cool and free product or web site hits itz peak, dollar signs appear and costs/ subscription fees creep in. Examples (of many) are DivX and Gamespot (for game reviews) They give with one hand and whip it away wiv the other. I always get a shiver down my spine whenever the word merger is mentioned - always reeks of alteria-motives. Sorry 4 the negativity - but I’m afraid me bollox constantly ache from the number of times I’ve been kicked in 'em ! Laterz … . :4


#4

I like the increasing popularity of Ogg Vorbis, but not even this will persuade me to use the awful RealOne player. I like a media player with NO integrated browser FULL custimisation and NO eye candy. In my humble opinion, there is only one such player - Winamp.


#5

who cares. those real products are infested with spyware and adware, even the commercial products for which you are supposed to pay, like real player 8 and real jukebox 2


#6

I agree about RealOne player. It is one of the most bloated players ever. Even Windows Media doesn’t come close ro RealOne here. I also use Winamp for music and use Zoom player for movies.