Convert OGG to MP4

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Convert your file from Ogg Vorbis Audio File to MPEG-4 Video Stream with this OGG to MP4 converter.

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To convert in the opposite direction, click here to convert from MP4 to OGG:
MP4 to OGG converter

Try the MP4 conversion with a OGG test file

Not convinced? Click on the following link to convert our demo file from OGG to MP4:
OGG to MP4 conversion with our OGG example file.

OGG, Ogg Vorbis Audio File (.ogg)

OGG is a free, open container format created under unrestricted software patents by the Xiph.Org Foundation (Ogg Vorbis). It allows users to stream and alter high quality digital multimedia files. The name “Ogg” derives from the jargon word “ogging.” Ogging refers to the killing of a carrier by a suicide run in the game Netrek. Apple does not support OGG file formats, and the presence of more...
What is OGG

MP4, MPEG-4 Video Stream (.mp4)

MPEG-4 Part 14 files (MP4) are capable of storing multimedia such as audio, video, and subtitles. This file type is commonly used by Apple and other producers of mobile products which allow audio, still images, or video. This includes but is not limited to: audio books, songs, movies, videos, photos, and podcasts. MPEG-4 is the format often used in online streaming of videos. Many MP3 players...
What is MP4