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Unfortunately, Adobe Media Encoder doesn't have native support for ogg/theora or ogg/vorbis. However, you can install a (currently beta) plug-in on your system which will enable ogg encoding in AME:
Or, if you'd rather, you can also install the Firefox extension Firefogg, and encode to ogv directly from Firefox:
I've had excellent results using both of the above methods.
Thanks so much Joe, I decided to use the Firefox plugin and it's working nicely.
I really appreciate your help!
Cool, glad you're up and running! Yep, Firefogg is pretty sweet for ogv (and webm) encoding.
Have you tried iDealshare VideoGo?
It works great in batch convert OGV to MP4 or convert OGV to MP4.
Here is the easy guide OGV Converter for Mac - Convert OGV to MP4, MKV, AVI, MP3 on Mac/PC
In fact it can convert between OGV, MP4, AVI, WMV, MOV, MPG, MKV, VOB, WebM etc.