ogg is the file extension for Ogg Vorbis files. This is an open source patent-free audio compression format that can be used instead of proprietary digital audio encoding formats, such as MP3.
OGG is a bitstream format for saving sounds or music using very little hard disk space. As expected, the last three characters of the file name are ".ogg".
The Ogg Vorbis format is an advanced binary audio format similar to (but more capable than) the mp3 format. It is patent and royalty free, and is supported on most platforms.
Ogg is the umbrella for a group of several related multimedia and signal processing projects that are open source and royalty free. Development of these projects is controlled by Xiph.org. First and best-known project of these is called Ogg Vorbis, a royalty-free audio compression technology. View Ogg to MP3 Converter.
Ogg Vorbis is a new audio compression format. It is roughly comparable to other formats used to store and play digital music, such as MP3, VQF, AAC, and other digital audio formats. It is different from these other formats because it is completely free, open, and unpatented. Ogg Vorbis is a completely open, patent-free, professional audio encoding and streaming technology with all the benefits of Open Source.
This is an open-source codec, meaning (among other things) that no one has to pay licensing fees when it's used, unlike proprietary codecs such as MP3, WMA, or AAC.
is a patent-free, fully open multimedia bitstream container format designed for efficient streaming and file compression. The name "Ogg" refers to the file format which includes a number of separate independent open source codecs for audio, video and text (e.g. subtitles). Files ending in the .ogg extension may be of any Ogg media filetype, and because the format is free, Ogg's various codecs have been incorporated into a number of different free and commercial media players. The term "ogg" often refers to the audio file format Ogg Vorbix, that is, Vorbis-encoded audio in an Ogg container. [more...
Short for Ogg Vorbis, this is an open source audio codec which means that anyone can use it for free.
An open source file format for audio.
A competing file format that is open source. OGG is competing with the MP3 file format. Open source simply means that users of the file format do not have to "pay" royalties to the developers.
See Ogg Vorbis.
Ogg is a patent-free, fully open and standardised multimedia bitstream container format designed for efficient streaming and manipulation (concatenation and muxing) by the Xiph.Org Foundation.