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pyogg is a Python wrapper for the Ogg libraries. There's not a whole lot you can do with this module by itself. You'll probably also want the ogg.vorbis module, which can be found wherever you got this. You can now write Python programs to encode and decode Ogg Vorbis files (encoding is quite a bit more involved). The module is self-documenting, though I need to update quite a bit of it.
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