OGG Audio Converter, Convert OGG Audio Files to MP3/WAV/WMA/M4A,etc
What is an OGG file?
The .ogg file extension is most commonly associated with the Ogg Vorbis file format. “Ogg” referrs to the container format of these files and “Vorbis” refers to the compression technology designed for the OGG file format.
Ogg is an open container format that is used for the streaming and manipulation of audio and video files over the Internet. The OGG file format is frequently used to create and distribute music and movie files. While the OGG file format is somewhat similar in nature to the MP3, VQF and AAC formats, unlike these formats the OGG file format is free and unpatented.
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How to convert OGG audio files to MP3, WMA, WAV, AAC, M4A, FLAC, AIFF, MP2, etc?
UFUSoft Audio Converter (for Mac), a professional OGG Audio Converter has the ability to convert popular audio files on Windows and Mac OS X. It supports convert OGG audio files to other audio formats such as MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, FLAC, APE, CUE, M4A, RA, RAM, MP2, AIFF, AU, MPA, SUN AU, etc. Further more, it also lets you convert video files, rip CD music to any popular audio formats.
Step 1: Run UFUSoft OGG Audio Converter, and click “Add” button or select “Add File…” option in the “File” menu to load the OGG audio files.
Step 2: On the left panel, select the output audio format for OGG, and set the bit rate, sample rate, volume and channels.
Step 3: Se the output folder to store the final converted audio files, and then click “Convert” button to start converting OGG audios to other audio file format MP3, WAV, WMA, M4A, MP2, FLAC, AAC, etc.