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NanOGG is a small but quite effective utility that is designed to run from Command Prompt and allow you to listen to OGG audio files without requiring any external components.
To successfully use NanOGG, the simplest method you can try is to drag and drop an OGG Vorbis track onto the executable. This action will trigger the playback automatically.


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NanOGG Torrent Download is a small but quite effective utility that is designed to run from Command Prompt and allow you to listen to OGG audio files without requiring any external components.
To successfully use NanOGG, the simplest method you can try is to drag and drop an OGG Vorbis track onto the executable. This action will trigger the playback automatically.
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Repacking poi POIFS to ZIP file

My requirement is to pack all the files of a POI into a ZIP file so that it can be reused again.
I’m trying to achieve this by using the Apache POI library, but I’m not able to find a way to do this.


I know a few ways to do it, but they all have some shortcomings.
The first requires copying all files to a temp file and then compacting that, then copying it back to the original.
The second has the same shortcomings but is a little simpler.
(Also, please consider using a library that uses the OS’ native ZIP and COMPRESS support — POI doesn’t have that.)

Use the getFileOutputStream method on an XSSFWorkbook as documented here to get the output stream:

Returns an output stream for writing to the file specified by this

Create a temporary workbook, go to the worksheet you want, get the first cell (ws.getSheetAt(0).getRow(0).getCell(0)) in your workbook, and create a temp file:
FileOutputStream fos = wb.createFileOutputStream(“c:\\temp.xlsx”);

then write your data as normal:
XSSFWorkbook workbook = new XSSFWorkbook(fos);
XSSFSheet sheet = ws.getSheetAt(0);
sheet.writeRow(0, 0);

If you don’t need a temp workbook, you can get rid of the first line.
What this does is get the correct output stream and create a temp workbook using getFileOutputStream(). When done, the workbook is closed, so the writer gets flushed and a reference to the output stream is returned so you can copy the file back to the original

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The most useful features of the NanOGG Download With Full Crack application are:
-Playback of OGG vorbis files in the loopback mode: The OGG Vorbis files are loaded or unloaded continuously, without the need to manually set a playback position and without the need to seek.
-Playback of OGG vorbis files at a normal speed (every audio file is played exactly as many times as it has seconds).
-Automatic detection of OGG files.
-Configure the program to recognize OGG files located in C, D, or other directories.
-Supports multiple encoder settings. You can set the application to use the Xing Vorbis library or the Free Vorbis library, the Vorbis GSM codec or the free Gnu Vorbis library.
-Using the configuration dialog you can set the location of the files that are played.
-Using the configuration dialog you can set the bit rate and the sample rate (strictly speaking the sampling frequency).
-You can configure the application to ignore errors when a file could not be opened or when a corrupted file could not be read.
-The application includes a support for OGG Vorbis files that have been encoded using the differential OGG coding (DOGG) mode.
-The application includes a support for the datatables format.
-The application supports the following native endiannesses: Windows (little endian), Mac (little endian) and Linux (big endian).
-Single-line and multi-line (
) command line input.
-Output the number of seconds played and number of bytes in the file.
-Output the OGG header information.
-Single and multi-file support.
-Support to select the output filename.
-Support to play the selected file.
-Un-install support.
-In order to activate these functionalities you need to select the options from the configuration dialog that appears when you run the application.
-Starting the application with the option Loopback Mode, by default the application will automatically detect the OGG Vorbis files.
-Starting the application with the option Normal Speed, the application will play the OGG Vorbis files with the selected speed.
-Starting the application with the option Detect OGG files, the application will automatically detect the OGG Vorbis files that are located on the specified directory.
-Starting the application with the option From

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This utility was developed as a result of
The Audio/Video player used in this application is
NanOGG uses the method described here: to listen to OGG audio files.
NanOGG allows you to play individual files, and also allows you to play entire folders. NanOGG does not contain any “artificial intelligence” to change the names of the files, nor will it attempt to combine or split tracks.
If you encounter issues with the default setting, the easiest way to change the default directory for playing is to navigate to that path in the “PATH” command. To open the “PATH” command, hit “Ctrl-Shift-P” in Windows 7.
Here are some additional relevant links:

How to use:
When used from within the folders, NanOGG just plays any files it detects at the folder level. To use NanOGG from the command prompt, simply type “nanoogg” without any parameters at the command prompt.
NanOGG can only play Vorbis files and will not play any other audio formats.
If you download the utility you will need a working installation of VLC media player which you can do by following the links below:

How do I convert OGG to MP3?
What are the minimum and maximum files

What’s New in the NanOGG?

“NanOGG” is a free and small utility designed to playback Vorbis OGG files directly from the Command Prompt. It does that using the Windows “DirectPlay” feature which, among other things, allows you to play non-multimedia files such as compressed ZIPs. Using this directPlay feature is not an intuitive method and can be a little tricky to get working right. And, you may, at times, get a different result from simply executing the file versus opening it in any basic audio player.
“NanOGG” is a simple utility that, in the future, I plan to provide a GUI version of.
“NanOGG” has been designed to be very easy to use and find. It has a very simple and easy to navigate interface that allows you to easily navigate through the different tabs.
The current release of the program includes:

DirectPlay configuration properties

File menu hotkeys

GUI switch on/off

Audio file data display

Audio playback control

Audio volume control

Timeline stop

Time display mode

Audio file display

Current File playback position

Media file properties

Media file tasks

Update information


Windows XP 64-bit specific

Windows 2000/NT 64-bit specific

Windows 95/98/ME 64-bit specific

Windows Vista and later 64-bit specific


This download includes a setup.exe executable version of the program that includes all the default settings. To change any of the default settings, right-click on the executable and choose “Properties”. This brings up the properties dialog, as seen in the image below.

In the next screenshot, we will update the drive location where the Vorbis files are located. For the file path I use the folder C:\Program Files\Vorbis-OGG\Music but this is entirely up to you.

In the Properties dialog, you can also click on the drop-down arrow next to the “Copy files to” field and choose “C:\Program Files\Vorbis-OGG\Music” from the list of drive letters. This will make sure that the entire path is included in the file location.

After making any changes, click on the “OK” button to save these settings and start using NanOGG.

Media File Properties:

Audio properties are also included in the Properties

System Requirements For NanOGG:

OS: Windows 7/8.1
CPU: Intel Core i5-2300
Memory: 8GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 or AMD HD7970
Hard Drive: 100GB
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Mac: PowerPC OS X 10.8
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo
Memory: 4GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Ti or AMD HD6950
Linux: Intel