March 25th, 2015 by Smile Harney
OGG and MP3 are both popular audio formats, but OGG is not that popular as MP3. On one hand is because MP3 has earlier entry into the digital musical landscape. On the other is because some companies, such as RealPlayer, Windows Media Player, iTunes, QuickTime, support non-free audio format, simply put, RealPlayer, Windows Media Player, iTunes, QuickTime and other widely used media player can't support OGG natively. And also some portable devices like iPhone can't support to play OGG either.
So if you want to play OGG in RealPlayer, Windows Media Player, iTunes, QuickTime or ultimately share OGG music with iPhone, iPod, iPad or Apple TV, you need to convert OGG to MP3.
Converting OGG to MP3 is not very hard. All you need is an OGG to MP3 Converter. iDealshare VideoGo is exactly the right OGG to MP3 Converter which can batch convert OGG to MP3 smoothly and in a minute and at the same time with the relatively high audio output quality. Besides converging OGG to MP3, it also can convert OGG to WAV, AAC, WMA, MKA, AIFF, FLAC, DTS, M4A, RA, AU, Opus and etc.
The step by step guide to convert OGG to MP3 is written below, just for your reference.
Click the "Add file" button to import the OGG files you want to convert to MP3 to the interface of OGG to MP3 Converter. It can also allow to convert FLAC, WMA, M4A, APE, DTS etc to MP3.
Click the "Profile" button to choose MP3 as the final output format.
Click the "Convert" button to complete converting OGG to MP3.
OGG and MP3 are both compressed and lossy audio formats. Generally speaking, for the same size the quality of OGG is as good as MP3, if not better than. OGG is a free, open source and patent-free audio format, that is, anyone can use OGG freely, exactly for which point OGG is gaining ground among developers and audiophiles.
When converting from one lossy audio format to another, like OGG to MP3, the audio quality is unavoidable to reduce. Just sometimes we can't tell the difference with audible respect.