The man page for oggz reads:
[Oggz] can read and write Ogg Skeleton logical bitstreams.
I have attempted the following:
oggz-merge -o test-out.ogv test-in.theo.ogv oggz-sort -o test-out.ogv test-in.theo.ogv
Both of them write a new Ogg video file with all the streams intact, but I do not see a Skeleton track being added. I have checked man pages, and cannot find anything akin to
I have now also tried ripping the tracks (I have 3) with:
oggz-rip -o test-out.ogv -i 0 -i 1 -i 2 test-in.theo.ogv
This has not created a skeleton track either.