The Ogg format was once used to encapsulate Theora video or Vorbis audio, but nowadays, Ogg is primarily used as a music-oriented format that can contain a variety of audio codecs, such as Speex, Opus, FLAC and OggPCM in addition to Vorbis.
The question is, how to merge a batch of Ogg files encoded with different audio codecs into a longer music file? Quite a lot of self-proclaimed Ogg joiners don't seem to recognize and handle all of the audio types. If you're at the loss, the following content will help you shake off this predicament to show how to merge Ogg files into one.
Actually, you don't have to know some audio editing knowledge and chunks of thorny command lines. Merging Ogg files is totally a snap with WonderFox HD Video Converter Factory Pro, which is a feature-rich yet simple utility primary designed to simplify video/audio processing work. The intuitive GUI and straightforward layout make it easier than ever to combine multiple Ogg files into one. Let's cut to the chase, download this multi-functional application and get started.
Launch HD Video Converter Factory Pro, you'll see a clean and intelligible interface with five main modules integrated: "Converter", "Downloader", "Recorder", "GIF Maker" and "Toolbox". To merge Ogg files, just open "Converter".
Then click "Add Files" or "Add Video Folder" button to import all Ogg audio files you want to combine. Based on the file amount and file size, it may need a while to load all Ogg files. Needless to say, you have to add at least two and more Ogg files into the program for merging.
Click "Merge" button on the top menu bar to step into a new "Merge" window. All Ogg files will be placed in "Video List" section. Next, press the middle "Merge" button to create a "Pack 1" in the below section. Now drag and drop those Ogg files into "Pack 1", and you're allowed to rearrange the Ogg files sequence by dragging. Click "Merge" button to proceed.
Note: this program allows you to create multiple packs to rearrange and merge different kinds of Ogg files at will.
Press the Format Profile on the right side to open the full list of 500+ presets categorized in common "Formats" and hot "Devices". Head over to "Audio" category, select "OGG" profile if you prefer Ogg format. In fact, you can select any profile as the output audio format.
When everything is all set, click the inverted triangle icon to choose a destination folder to save the merged Ogg file. Finally, hit the big blue "Run" button to join Ogg files together.
As you can see, HD Video Converter Factory Pro definitely provides a much easier method to combine multiple Ogg files in an intuitive way. If you're horrible with tech and tired of rummaging around the web for a workable Ogg joiner, this application will never let you down. Hopefully this tool is of great help to you. Feel free to contact me if there is any problem when you merge Ogg files.