MPGA is a lossy compressed audio format that stands for MPEG Audio. Specifically, files with the .mpga extension are MPEG-1 Layer III audio, also commonly known as MP3. That is, MPGA is essentially MP3 with a different extension. However, unlike MP3, this non-standard naming makes MPGA files difficult to play on some media players and devices, requiring them to be converted to MP3 for easier access.
If you need to convert MPGA to MP3, keep reading.
WonderFox HD Video Converter Factory Pro is an all-in-one video and audio conversion program. It supports almost all audio formats and can convert between them in just a few clicks. In addition, it has a batch mode that can change multiple files at once to increase conversion efficiency. Below, let's see how to use this software to convert MPGA audio to MP3. Download Download the software to get ready.
Start WonderFox HD Video Converter Factory Pro and enter the “Converter” module. Next, drag your MPGA files into the converter interface or use the add buttons to add audio to the program.
Optional. Click the ▼ button at the bottom of the program to set an output folder.
Open the output format list on the right side of the interface. Then click the “Audio” category and select “MP3” as the output format. Advanced users can also open “Parameter settings” and modify the audio bitrate, channels, sample rate and volume as desired.
Finally, click “Run” to start the conversion.
1. Is MPGA an MP3?
Basically, MPGA is MP3 in a different container format. There is no difference between the two except for the file extension.
2. How do you play an MPGA file?
MPGA is supported by most media players that support MP3, such as VLC and Windows Media Player. Some hardware players, however, may not play back MPGA files and require format conversion to MP3.