libfishsound by itself is designed to handle raw codec streams from a lower level layer such as UDP datagrams. When these codecs are used in files, they are commonly encapsulated in Ogg to produce Ogg Vorbis and Speex files. Example C programs using liboggz to read and write these files are provided in the libfishsound sources.
For more information on the design and history of libfishsound, see the About section of this documentation, and the libfishsound homepage.
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