While OGG files are superior to MP3 files in some ways, most platforms and programs prefer using MP3. It's more widely-supported than OGG, so for anything from listening to sharing and editing, it's helpful to convert that file into an MP3.
File types may seem confusing, the process of audio file conversion is incredibly simple through Kapwing, which can have your OGG file converted to an MP3 and ready to go in a matter of minutes.
- Upload File to the Kapwing Studio
- Trim, Edit, and Adjust Audio
- Export File as MP3
Step One: Upload File to Kapwing Studio
In order to convert your OGG file into an MP3, you want to head to the Kapwing Studio. Once you're in the Studio, use the Upload button to find the OGG file you want to convert and it will be uploaded immediately to the Studio.
Step Two: Trim, Edit, and Adjust Audio
Once the file is in Kapwing, you will be presented with plenty of tools for you to adjust your audio as you please.
You can trim the file to make it shorter or cut certain parts out of it using the Timeline editor, and add fade effects to the audio using the Effects tab. If you want to speed up the entire clip or slow it down, you can do that with the tools on the right side of the screen.
By dragging the horizontal line that runs across your audio layer in the Timeline at the bottom of the screen, you can also adjust the volume of your audio clip – it has small increments all the way down to 0% and up to 200%.
Step Three: Export File as MP3
Once you have your audio right where you want it, it is time to export the file as an MP3.
In order to do so, simply look into the top-right corner of the screen to the Export Video option, with a downward arrow next to it. This arrow is what you want to click on and then select Export as MP3.
On this next screen, click the Download button on the right to save it straight to your device's files.
That’s all you need to know to convert an OGG to MP3 and use your audio file in any program. Be sure to check out Kapwing on YouTube and Instagram for more online tutorials, as well as follow us on Twitter for updates and news for our online video editor.