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How to Convert OGG to MP3 Online and Offline

Zoey Wesson
BY Zoey Wesson   
LAST UPDATED: Nov. 07, 2016

OGG is a popular free container format suitable for both audio and video streams. And how does it compares to MP3? To be honest, the OGG file has many advantages over the MP3 format. For example, an OGG file of the same size as an MP3 will have a better quality and the OGG file compressed at the same bitrate as an MP3 will occupy less disk space. However, one big disadvantage of the OGG file is that many media players like RealPlayer, Windows Media Player, iTunes, QuickTime, etc. don't support OGG natively. That's why most of us still want to keep our music collections in the MP3 format which is supported by a wide range of devices including portable player, mobile phone, DVD players, etc.

So if you would like to convert OGG or Spotify premium OGG (DRM-protected) to MP3, there are two methods to do so. You can convert the OGG file to MP3 via online converter or offline converter. Here you'll find a useful guide on converting OGG to MP3 with two methods.

Method 1 How to Convert OGG to MP3 with Online Converter

Step 1. Click here to open Online Converter on your browser

Step 2. Upload the OGG files to Online Converter in three ways

  • Upload the audio file from PC

  • Enter the URL of the file you want to convert to MP3

  • Select a file from Dropbox or Google Drive for MP3 conversion

Step 3. Change the audio settings including bitrate, sampling rate, channel, etc.

Step 4. Click on "Convert File" button to start conversion.

Note: This Online Converter supports audio conversion and extracting audio from video. It supports most common formats like OGG, MP3, AMR, WMV, WMA, WAV, FLV, MOV, RAM, PCM, ALAC, EAC-3, FLAC, etc. If this is not working for you, then you can try using Streaming Audio Recorder.

Method 2 Convert OGG to MP3 with Streaming Audio Recorder

Streaming Audio Recorder is not only a program which can record streaming music/radio show/microphone voice from PC, but also a tool that can convert audio files between popular formats including OGG, MP3, M4A, AAC, WMA, FLAC, etc. You can download the free trial version to give it a shot.

Step 1. Launch Streaming Audio Recorder on PC

Download and install the program, then run it on computer. Go to the "Menu" button at the upper-right corner of the main interface. Select the first option "Audio Converter".

Install Streaming Audio Recorder

Step 2. Add OGG audio files to convert

When the "Audio Converter" interface appears, you can click on "Add" button to import the OGG audio files you want to convert to MP3. When all files are imported, select the items you would like to convert one by one or select them all by ticking the box next to "File".

Add OGG Audio

Step 3. Choose output format and output quality

You can click on "Format" and select MP3 as the output format. After that, go to "Quality" to choose the output quality for your files. Remember to select the "ID3 tag information" if you would like to keep the ID3 tags.

Select Output Format

Step 4. Convert OGG to MP3

Finally, go to "Start" to start converting OGG to MP3 files. The conversion should be done in a few seconds. When the conversion completes, click on "Yes" in the pop-up window to check the results.

Convert OGG to MP3

Aside from converting OGG to MP3, Streaming Audio Recorder can do more. It is able to record steaming music from Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora, etc. and it can remove DRM protection from music tracks. For example, if you a Spotify premium user and you've got songs downloaded from Spotify, you are not able to enjoy them on common MP3 players because the files are DRM-protected. So this Streaming Audio Recorder will be a handy program to solve this problem. And you can use it to burn Spotify songs or any recordings you like to CD easily! Give it a try now!


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