removing ALL metadata for .ogg files?

OS: Windows 10
Audacity: 2.3.3

Hi. Is there a way to completely remove all metadata for .ogg files? I’ve tried Edit → Metadata… → Clear, but the metadata for “Vendor/Software used” still shows up on my exported .ogg files.

If not, can someone recommend a program that can do that?

Are you sure that is metadata?
What application is showing you that, and what does it say exactly?

MP3Tag supports OGG:

Exiftool shows it as “Vendor : Xiph.Org libVorbis I 20120203 (Omnipresent)”

I’ve tried MP3Tag, but I don’t think it considers it metadata either.

OK, that isn’t “metadata”. That is just telling you what encoder has been used.

Ah, my mistake then.

Just to be clear, there is no way to remove this info?

You could use a different encoder, then you would get different info.
You could use a metadata reader that does not show any info about the encoder.

Audio files always use some kind of encoder - the “sound” is encoded into a numeric representation. Exactly how it does that depends on the encoder. A WAV encoder works differently to an MP3 encoder, which works differently to an MP3 encoder.

With a WAV file, Exiftool may show something like:

With an MP3 it may show something like:
LAME3.100 | -m s -V 4 -q 3 -lowpass 18.6 -b 192

I don’t use Exiftool so I don’t know how much detail it will show about each encoder.