You know what, in the early years, Ogg is a free, open container format that can encapsulate multiple video, audio, text, and metadata streams. But I don't know exactly when the Ogg container is widely used as a music-oriented format that contains different audio compression codecs, such as Vorbis, Speex, Opus, FLAC, and OggPCM.
Despite a fact Ogg has a decent performance in audio quality, take popularity and compatibility into account, people prefer to convert Ogg to AAC format, which is designed to be the successor to MP3. Next, I'll illustrate how to complete the job more efficiently.
HD Video Converter Factory Pro is a GUI-based video/audio processing utility that can help facilitate the Ogg to AAC conversion in batch mode. In comparison with those online audio converters, a stable offline conversion without annoying ads, pop-ups is of great importance to get your job done efficiently. The straightforward layout and design make the program comprehensive and easy-to-operate. Let's see how it works to convert dozens of Ogg files to AAC audio efficiently. Download the program below and follow the instructions.
Launch HD Video Converter Factory Pro, a clean interface will come into your sight with five main modules integrated: "Converter", "Downloader", "Recorder", "GIF Maker" and "Toolbox". To convert Ogg to AAC, literally, open "Converter". Click "Add Files" or "Add Video Folder" button or just perform a simple drag-and-drop to add both Ogg video or music files. It may need a while depend on the file amount and size. When they're all listed in the program, you're able to play each Ogg file with the built-in media player by clicking on each "Preview" button on the left.
Click on the Format Profile on the right-hand side to extend the full list of 500+ optimized presets well-organized by "Video/Audio Format" and "Devices". To convert Ogg to AAC, navigate to "Audio" category and select AAC or M4A profile, as you know, AAC-encoded audio is always stored in .m4a extension. In other words, it is equivalent to Ogg to M4A conversion.
As well, you can personalize basic audio settings by clicking "Parameter settings" button underneath the "Format Profile". This program enables you to change audio bitrate, audio encoder, switch channel mode between stereo and mono, adjust sample rate and decrease/increase audio volume. Click OK to save changes. Incidentally, this program also allows you to cut, trim, split audio and splice music files together.
And now you're almost done. Specify an output folder to save the converted AAC audio files, lastly, click "Run" button to batch process Ogg to AAC conversion.
That's the full workflow about how to convert Ogg to AAC. Now you can do something else, leaving the conversion in the background and taking a cup of coffee. But I bet this work will be complete in in a very short period, far more efficient than the online solution. Give it a shot, if this program can readily fit your bill, please give it a thumbs up and share this post through your social media. Thanks for reading!