Open OGG files with File Viewer Plus

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Do you need to open an OGG file?

File Viewer Plus can open OGG (Ogg Vorbis Audio) files. It comes with standard playback options and allows you to inspect your file's metadata. You can also convert OGG audio files to the MP3 and MPEG-4 (M4A) formats at various bitrates and frequencies.

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What is an .OGG file?

OGG files are audio files saved in the Ogg container format and are typically encoded with the Vorbis scheme developed by Xiph.Org Foundation. However, OGG files may also be compressed with other lossy formats, such as FLAC or Speex. The Ogg Vorbis format is open source, conceived as an alternative to the MP3 format, but providing better sound quality at the same file size. The OGG files may be used to save various audio content but are typically used to store music.

Even though OGG files provide better sound quality than MP3 files, they are not nearly as common. However, you may still encounter audio saved in an OGG file, whether you download music from the Internet or receive an audio recording from a coworker or friend. You can use File Viewer Plus to play your OGG files and convert the audio to the MP3 or MPEG-4 (.M4A) format and different bitrates and frequencies.

Alternate file extensions: .oga

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