CoolUtils presents Total Audio Converter - an advanced audio file conversion program, which has undergone a few updates and now has a broader spectrum of features. Particularly, it converts OPUS audio files to OGG and other audio formats (both lossy and lossless). This converter is famous for its powerful engine and user-friendly interface.
Although OPUS files do show great sound, they are not supported widely and therefore have to be converted to lossy formats, such as OGG, MP3, WMA, etc. This OPUS converter does it without noticeable detriment to sound quality. In other words, if you play an OPUS file prior to conversion and then play its OGG version, there will not be a great difference in sound quality. This converter offers a whole list of conversion parameters; for example, you can cut a part of your track and convert it.
How to Convert OPUS Files
This converter has a very handy interface:
Launch it and scroll the folder tree. Click on the folder and check your OPUS files. If you want to use batch mode, press Check all. The engine will check all OPUS music located in this folder.
Select OGG as your target format and check the wizard's options:
Set destination for your output OGG files.
Move on to the next option and, if necessary, specify the part of your track that you want to save as an OGG audio file.
Set appropriate sample rate, channels and bitrate for your output OGG files. It is not advisable for novice users to change these settings.
Adjust sound quality and file size (the bigger the size, the better the quality).
Select Start Conversion, review the settings and press Start to convert OPUS to OGG.
This program can be launched from the desktop. To do that, right-click on an OPUS file and select Convert to. In order to operate this audio converter via command line, open the list of commands using the Help menu and use them.