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Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by Drjones, Mar 7, 2007.
How do I do that?
My favorite music manager.
My favorite music editor.
I'm sure there's a ton of other software apps that can do it, but either one of these would work fine.
And those programs will actually convert the files from .ogg to .mp3, right?
I use lame to convert wav to mp3. I even used lame to convert a VBR mp3 to a 192bit mp3. I assume it can convert an ogg to an mp3.
In MediaMonkey, select the file, then go to Tools>Convert Audio Format. In Audacity, open the OGG file and Save As MP3.