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Convert OGG to WAV


OGG to WAV converter


With Convertfiles.com converting a file from OGG to WAV takes a short while and involves very easy steps. Upload the OGG file you want to convert, followed by selecting OGG as the output file format. Then click on convert and just wait for a short while as the conversion takes place. This will take a short while and you will have your WAV file ready to download. You can as well send the file download link to your email. This is dependent on your preferences. Converting from OGG to WAV is a secure process. OGG is a free open container format created under unrestricted software patents. WAV is a Microsoft and IBM audio file format standard for storing an audio bitstream.

 

Additional information about OGG file format

File extension .OGG
File category AUDIO
Additional information about OGG is an open container format. It can multiplex a number of independent streams for video, audio text and metadata
Description OGG file format is a type of audio file that uses ODD Vorbis compression. It is supported by devices like Samsung and Archos but not supported by Apple iOS devices. This format has been utilised for provision of audio streaming. It is more synonymous to MP3.
Technical description OGG format is actually a container that allows different streams of Video, audio and metadata. It is the compression format that provides medium to high quality audio between 16 and 128 kbps per channel. It is a better quality sound than MP3. OGG file is a lossy codec; data is discarded as part of the compression technique hence a smaller size. They are still acceptable quality for speech only files although they are optimized for music files.
Additional information https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ogg
Useful links https://www.xiph.org/ogg
File conversion Convert a file to OGG
Developer Xiph.Org Foundation
Associated programs Apple Quick Time Player
Windows Media player
Real Player

 

Additional information about WAV file format

File extension .WAV
File category AUDIO
Additional information about WAV also Known as WAVE is an abbreviation for Waveform Audio File Format. This is a Microsoft and IBM audio File format standard for storing an audio bit stream on PCs
Description WAV are audio files playable via multimedia playback software such as Windows Media Player and similar softwars.WAV files contain any sounds like sound effects, spoken words and music. WAV files are large in size that is why they are becoming less popular and less common. WAV was created and developed by IBM and Microsoft. WAV files do not use a form of lossy compression unlike MP3 and MP4
Technical description WAV files are the standard digital audio format in Windows. 8 bit or 16 bit samples can be taken at rates of 11 025Hz, 22 050Hz and 44 100Hz using .wav extension. All general windows sounds like when you log out are in the WAV format. Although WAV files can store compressed formats such as MP3, the default content of a WAV file is Uncompressed.
Additional information https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WAV
http://fileinfo.com/extension/wav
Useful links http://www.digitalpreservation.gov/formats/fdd/fdd000001.shtml#identification
File conversion Convert a file to WAV
Developer Microsoft & IBM
Associated programs Ciber Link Power Director
Roxio creater 2009
Microsoft Windows Media Player