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Converting .ogg to .wav

Is there any way to convert an .ogg file to a .wav file???

Or perhaps .ogg to .wma
Easy.

1. Download a program called Goldwave. I believe it supports .ogg files. Just save it as whatever you wish.

2. Download a converter, conver the ogg to mp3. Convert the mp3 to whatever you wish.
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Now, why the FUCK would you want to convert OGG to WMA?! FYI, OGG is an open, free format made of complete awesomeness. FYI, OGG files sound better than WMA or MP3 files with the same quality settings. FYI, WMA is a Microsoft format and has built in DRM protection and is generally just utter crap (but does sound better than MP3 >_>).

Anyway, I believe CDex can do the job. It can convert back and forth between WAV and compressed formats, as well as rip CDs.
Originally posted by Kierol
Now, why the FUCK would you want to convert OGG to WMA?! FYI, OGG is an open, free format made of complete awesomeness. FYI, OGG files sound better than WMA or MP3 files with the same quality settings. FYI, WMA is a Microsoft format and has built in DRM protection and is generally just utter crap (but does sound better than MP3 >_>).

Anyway, I believe CDex can do the job. It can convert back and forth between WAV and compressed formats, as well as rip CDs.


For your Information, I just need to convert them to .wav or .wma in order to use them with Windows Movie maker, because it becomess unresponsive when using the .ogg files, but works just fine when using Microsoft formats & mp3s. Anyways, thanks!
you can use dBPowerAmp.

http://www.dbpoweramp.com
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