How to convert OGG to MP3



How to convert OGG to MP3

Ogg Vorbis is a high-quality lossy audio compression format. If you
need CD-quality sound, neither OGG Vorbis nor MPEG-1 audio layer 3
(nor any other lossy audio codec) can provide exact reproduction;
instead, consider using a lossless audio compression scheme like FLAC
or APE. Ogg Vorbis is designed for the compression of music and
general purpose audio. Special purpose codecs can achieve much greater
compression of speech than OGG Vorbis.

Ogg Vorbis will likely be considered one of the most exciting
developments in music history. As a creator of music, nothing is more
important than getting your music heard. But, how can a creator of
music be sure that the music he produces today isn't restricted in the
future? Ogg Vorbis is truly open source and royalty free. A musician
can create Ogg files and never have to worry about the music being

If you like Ogg Vorbis, you'd better encode from original, lossless
audio sources (like CDs) so that you can get better sound quality. If
you have ogg files already and want to listen to ogg songs on portable
ipod player, mobile phone, itunes or windows media player, you will
need to change ogg files to wma, aac, m4a, mpeg-1 audio layer 3

Follow the steps below to convert OGG files to MP3.

Converting OGG to MP3 using Eufony Audio Converter

1. After launch Eufony, In the folders pane, click on the folder
contains OGG files you want to convert to MP3.
2. In the file list pane, select one or more OGG files.
3. Right click on the selected OGG files to bring up the context menu
and select Convert.
4. In the Audio Format Conversion window, select MP3 from the Output-
Format list.
5. If you want to change the output quality, select the Custom radio
button. (optional)
6. If you want to change the destination folder for MP3, click on the
Browse icon button to change. (optional)
7. Click Convert to start converting.

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