These days, there are several different free video editors to choose from. The main reason I chose to try to learn Shotcut was because I thought it supported the Theora/.OGV video format. (I could have sworn it was mentioned somewhere.) However, the only Stock Theora export option I could find was for .Ogg Vorbis, which is the Theora music format.
When I tried to export to .OGV with a custom profile, using .ogg, it would fail and give an error. (…Something about the audio track.) I’m assuming that it failed because .ogg is strictly a music format.
I could not find any Format or Codec that would allow me to export to .OGV. There was no “OGV”, “Theora”, or “lib-theora” option.
Am I overlooking something? Is there a way to export to .OGV?
I find this situation strange, as Shotcut will load .OGV video files just fine and allow me to edit them. Even stranger, Shotcut relies on FFmpeg for import and export, the same as Kdenlive. And the latter does allow exporting to .OGV.