WAV is a Microsoft and IBM audio file format standard for storing an audio bitstream on PCs, which end with a .wav extension and can be played by nearly all Windows applications that support sound, thus is widely used in Windows applications. Though OGG audio format is also enabled in Windows, some specific applets may not read it. In this case it is better to convert OGG into WAV to make the audio files compatible with all Windows apps.
AnyMP4 OGG Converter is the best OGG to WAV Converter and has the ability to convert OGG to WAV; also it can convert OGG to MP3/M4A/AAC and more to play well on you media players and portable devices. With the "Trim" and "Merge" function, you can easily personalize your audio to be perfect. How to convert OGG to WAV? This guide would show you the detailed steps of converting OGG to WAV with this software, first of all, you need to free download this OGG to WAV Converting software and than install it on your computer.
Launch the program and open the main interface, here you can click "Add Video" button to load your OGG file to the program, and you can click "Add Video" drop-down arrow to select "Add Folder" option and add a variety of OGG audio files to the program.
Click "Profile" drop-down arrow and open the "Profile" list, here you can choose "General Audio" to open its column, and then select "WAV – Waveform Audio (*.wav)" as output format; or you can input "WAV" to the quick-search box to choose "WAV" format.
If you want to adjust the audio bitrate and change the channels, you can click "Settings" button and open the "Profile Settings" window, here you can customize the Audio Encoder, Sample Rate, Channels, and Audio Bitrate.
After setting all your added audio files, you can start to click "Convert" button to convert OGG to WAV, this program supports batch conversion, and you can get the whole WAV file after one conversion in a short time.
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What is OGG?
Ogg is a free, open container format maintained by the Xiph.Org Foundation. The creators of the Ogg format state that it is unrestricted by software patents and is designed to provide for efficient streaming and manipulation of high quality digital multimedia. The Ogg container format can multiplex a number of independent streams for audio, video, text (such as subtitles), and metadata. In the Ogg multimedia framework, Theora provides a lossy video layer. The audio layer is most commonly provided by the music-oriented Vorbis format but other options include the human speech compression codec Speex, the lossless audio compression codec FLAC, and OggPCM.