Convert OGA to FLAC
You can convert OGA file to FLAC as well as to variety of other formats with free online converter.
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Ogg Vorbis Audio File
|Description||OGA files are the audio-only element of the OGG multimedia file system. If you were accessing an OGA file before 2007, it would probably have appeared on your PC as a document with .ogg extension. However, since the OGG format creator, Xiph.Org Foundation, created other extensions to cater to specific data types, multimedia files are now stored with data-specific extensions like .ogv, .oga, .ogm, .ogx, all under the OGG file system. In effect, instead of having a media file containing audio, video, text, and metadata all encoded into a chunk, each data type is encoded separately with a specific extension.|
|Technical details||Since the OGG file system is open source, the audio-only OGA files can be written or modified using Ogg FLAC, OggPCM, Ogg Vorbis, or Speex, the last two not having favorable reviews. The Xiph.Org Foundation made a similar software to the public; the software pack makes it possible for open-source or commercial Windows applications to utilize OGA files without any conflict.|
Microsoft Windows Media Player
VLC media player
Free Lossless Audio Codec
A free codec developed for lossless compression of audio content that does not exclude information from the stream. It allows for listening to musical compositions with professional sound reproduction systems and track archiving. FLAC files are being played by portative audio players supplied by most specialized programs and are represented in a wide variety of hardware implementations. They allow users to copy CD tracks without deterioration in sound quality.
Since streaming is being coded with increased speed, FLAC files are often less than half of the original track. However, this does not affect the track quality, and therefore the format is popular for online translations and real-time coding. FLAC can support samples with a fixed point within the range of 4-32 bit per sample and a sampling frequency of 655.3 kHz. If new fields arrive, decoders are not being affected.
To change FLAC format, one may use Sound Forge or Adobe Audition. In addition to that, some smartphones can efficiently work with such files.
VLC media player
MacAmp Lite X
|Developer||Josh Coalson, Xiph.Org Foundation|