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Audials assists you in dealing with aggrevating file-formatting problems associated with your music and audiobook files. Furthermore, Audials reliably solves file formatting-issues arising from converting audio files via the “PerfectAudio” quality guarantee.
Audials is the solution you need, if you are having difficulties playing your music or audiobooks on your playback devices. Audials simply converts all the audio files for you and in the highest possible quality. Audials lets you conveniently convert WAV into OGG and then use these freshly converted files on your portable devices.More about the product
|Instruction for converting WAV to OGG|
|Switch to the “Converter” view located in the “Universal converter” section.|
|Click the “Files” button and choose the “Add files” option from the drop down menu.|
|Select the files you want to convert. They will now be added to the list in the “Converter” view. As an alternative, you can always drag and drop files to the view.|
|Choose the profile with the desired file format from “Convert”. The default setting is “Universal, videos for Windows MediaPlayer” which supports all MP3 players, but other predefined profiles are also available, for example: WMA or AAC.|
|For fine adjustments or selecting a profile that is not pre-configured, simply click the button with the two arrows pointing upwards. You will then see a menu containing several output formats such as M4A, WAV (for burning to disc), OGG and FLAC.|
|Once the output format is configured, click the “Start” button. The progress will be displayed in the “Converter” view, next to the files.|
|The converted files will show up in the Audials player on the right side of your screen after the conversion is complete.|
|You can now play the files with Audials or drag and drop them into another application or Windows Explorer to export them.|
WAV is a standard audio format for Windows operating systems, often used for storing high-quality, uncompressed sound. WAV files can contain CD-quality audio signals. However, CD-quality WAV files require relatively large amounts of memory.
WAV files are probably the simplest of the common formats for storing audio samples. Unlike MPEG audio and other compressed formats, WAVs store samples "in the raw" where no pre-processing is required other that formatting of the data.
The WAV file consists of three "chunks" of information: The RIFF chunk which identifies the file as a WAV file, The FORMAT chunk which identifies parameters such as sample rate and the DATA chunk which contains the actual data (samples).
Ogg Vorbis is an "open-source" digital audio compression format. like MP3. It is a "lossy" compression system, removing frequencies deemed inaudible. Both formats offer variable-bitrate encoding options, for better efficiency. But the algorithms Ogg Vorbis uses to decide which information to discard differ from those used by MP3. Proponents claim that the Ogg Vorbis format outperforms MP3, producing files that are significantly smaller than MP3s of similar sound quality (or files that sound better than similarly sized MP3s).