December 30th, 2015 by Smile Harney
"My friend sent me an audio file in .ogg format. I can't seem to import it, either to iTunes or Garageband. How can I convert this file to MP3, or anyway get it off my desktop and into iTunes?"
The above is a typical issue about importing OGG to iTunes. Even the latest iTunes 11 only supports five audio formats: MP3, AAC, WAV, AIFF, and Apple Lossless. However, we may come across a variety of other audio format on the internet and iTunes usually has problems when importing audio formats like Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, and WMA. Especially the OGG format is favored by many audiophiles who prefer the high sound quality. Let alone to play OGG on iPod, iPhone, iPad.
To deal with this issue, the best solution provided here is to convert OGG to iTunes supporting audio format-MP3 with iDealshare VideoGo, because this is the 100% workable way to solve can't import OGG to iTunes/iPod/iPad/iPhone problem. You will never have to worry about the bit rate or the codec issues.
You can convert and import OGG to iTunes with simple three clicks: add the original OGG, select the output MP3 format, and begin to convert. The simple steps won't produce any audio quality loss and you still have the high audio quality as OGG. This great app supports iTunes 11/10.7/10.6/10.5/9/iTunes Match. If you wish to play OGG with your Apple device, this powerful app can directly define the devices in the second step as the output device, and in this way accurately convert OGG to iPod/iPhone6/iPhone 6S/iPhone 6 Plus/iPhone5/iPhone 5C/iPad/iPad 2/iPad 3/iPad 4/iPad Mini/iPad Air, etc. In addition, the Mac version and Windows version can be applied on different operation platforms.
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Please follow the below step-by-step tutorials on how to convert OGG to iTunes.
You can simply drag and drop OGG file to this interface, or click "Add File" button to insert OGG from your pc or hard disc. You are allowed to add multiple OGG files simultaneously for converting.
Click the "Profile" button, and select iTunes supported MP3, AAC from "General Audio" or ALAC, M4A from "Lossless Audio"category.
Click the BIG ROUND button at the right bottom side to finish OGG to iTunes conversion. After that, you can import OGG to your iTunes.