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    an information needed about .ogg

    hello, i need some information about .ogg and if we can convert mp3 music to this extension and please show me programs that can convert


    thanks a lot

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    First hit on a google search - http://www.audio-converter.com/ and the search - http://www.google.ie/search?q=.ogg+to+.mp3+converter ... I assume you weren't thinking of writing a program to do the conversion...

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    As for information:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vorbis

    Note that .ogg really just indicates the Ogg contain format (although video in Ogg containers usually ends in .ogm). The actual audio format which you are talking about is Vorbis.
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    When searching for file extensions, after google, I use filext.com: http://filext.com/detaillist.php?extdetail=ogg
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    thanks a lot friends

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    Although you can convert mp3 to ogg-vorbis, you're better off converting the source audio instead. The quality will be better.
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    cout << "Language comparisons are dumb";
    echo("Language comparisons are dumb");
    PRINT "Language comparisons are dumb"
    alert ("Language comparisons are dumb")

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    no reason to convert from ogg. Right now, ogg is the best quality/size ratio there is. d/l JetAudio for free, and enjoy them.

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    Actually, there is a reason: playback devices. It's not that easy to find portable or car players that support Vorbis.
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    iAudio X5 my man. Best bang for the buck there is. You can get a 60GB model for under $280.

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    iPod Linux is the way to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by System_159
    no reason to convert from ogg. Right now, ogg is the best quality/size ratio there is. d/l JetAudio for free, and enjoy them.
    elton_fan is talking about converting mp3 TO ogg-vorbis, not the other way around.
    Code:
    cout << "Language comparisons are dumb";
    echo("Language comparisons are dumb");
    PRINT "Language comparisons are dumb"
    alert ("Language comparisons are dumb")

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