After installation your windows media player should play the ogg(-theora)-video.
P.S: Please pay attention to the section “known issues”.
And moreover this post from Charbax:
Thanks for the info. I think people can also install Videolan Client to playback Ogg Theora video on any platform from http://www.videolan.org/
Yesterday, I was looking around the Internet for information about how I could embed the Ogg Theora videos into somekind of video embedding options. I found some information and have tested Cortoda, iTheora and mv-embed but non seem to provide a way to use the .ogg hosted at a remote server, nor have double click on the video to go in full screen, nor to provide progressive downloading.
Maybe soon I will at least encode this .ogg to a format which Google Video could take in and so that I could embed here also a Flash video version.
Perhaps this will help all non-computer experts to come along with this ogg-multimedia file.
Does anybody know under which license this ogg-file is published? This video was made at an open source meeting. Consequently it should be licensed under a “Creative Commons”-license, without too much restrictions.
Comment by Frederick007 — March 14, 2007 @ 2:25 pm