Free HD Video Converter Factory is not just a simple free video transcoder as its name implies, but also a handy audio converter that is well-qualified for an awesome AIFF to Ogg converter. Thanks to the rich video and audio encoders, 500+ configured presets are available for your choice. The intuitive interface and simple operation deserve my first introduction.
Run Free HD Video Converter Factory and open "Converter" module. Drag and drop all of your AIFF audio files into the blank space.
To convert AIFF to Ogg, click the big "Format" profile on the right side to unfold the full list of 500+ presets. Head over to "Audio" category and choose "OGG" profile.
Tips: The program will convert AIFF to OGG FLAC by default. To change the audio encoder, open "Parameter settings" window and select "Vorbis", "Opus", "Speex" or "FLAC" in the drop-down list of "Audio Encoder" section. BTW, you're allowed to change audio bitrate, sample rate, channel and volume on this window.
Once everything is ready, specify an output folder on the bottom. Lastly, click "Run" button to convert AIFF to Ogg.
Audacity is a free, open source, cross-platform audio editor and recorder that most people may be familiar with. It can be also used as an AIFF to Ogg converter.
Step 1. Open Audacity, drag and drop your AIFF files into the window.
Step 2. After loaded, click "File" menu on the top bar, go to "Export" and then select "Export Audio".
Step 3. You can directly select "Ogg Vorbis Files" option in the drop-down list of "Save as type" box. With FFmpeg Library installed for Audacity, you're able to convert AIFF to Ogg Opus.
Step 4. Then click "Save" to start the conversion from AIFF to Ogg.
As you may know, VLC is far more than a powerful media player. It also allows you to convert AIF files to Ogg. Here's the steps below.
Step 1. Run VLC, click "Media" menu and choose "Convert / Save" option.
Step 2. Click "+ Add" button to import your AIFF file on "Open Media" window, and press "Convert / Save" to proceed.
Step 3. Select "Audio - Vorbis (OGG)" in the drop-down list of "Profile" section.
Step 4. Click "Browse" button to choose a destination folder.
Step 5. Hit "Start" button to convert AIFF to Ogg Vorbis.
AIFF audio is typically saved in .aiff or .aif extension, which is essentially identical to WAV but very popular upon Apple platforms. They both contain uncompressed PCM audio data and occupy a lot of storage space. While Ogg is a stream-oriented container designed to provide efficient Internet streaming. It can embed audio in various formats to make the music file size smaller. Hopefully, this post is helpful to your AIFF to Ogg conversion. Thanks for reading!