Ogg, is compressed audio files maintained by the Xiph.Org Foundation. It is similar to .MP3 file, but but sounds better than an MP3 file of equal size; can include song metadata, including artist information and track data. OGG is supported by many software music players and some portable music players. It is a pity that OGG is not supported by iTunes. However, with the help of Mac OGG plugin, XiphQT, one can play OGG in 32-bit mode in iTunes under Mountain Lion and earlier version of Mac OS X system. Unfortunately, XiphQT was not updated to support 64-bit applications, which means users will not play OGG in iTunes under OS X 10.9 Mavericks as iTunes does not support run in 32-bit mode in Mavericks.
How about you have large OGG files and want to play OGG in iTunes or add OGG to iTunes to transfer to iPod, iPhone, iPad to play on the go? Follow the following guide you can easily add OGG to iTunes to play in iTunes in Mavericks.
Step-by-Step Guide to Convert OGG to Play OGG in iTunes in Mavericks
PrePare: Download OGG Converter for Mavericks
Free download OGG Converter for Mavericks, install and run it.
Step 1: Add OGG files
Simply drag and drop your OGG files to the program interface. Or you can click “Add File” button to add the media files.
Step 2: Set output format
Click the “Profile” drop-down button at the bottom left of the program interface to select desired audio format as output profile. Take converting OGG to MP3 for example, choose “MP3 – MPEG Layer-3 Audio(*.mp3) from “General Audio” Category as the output format.
Step 3: Start OGG to MP3, M4A, etc in Mavericks
Click the “Convert”” button to start converting OGG to MP3, M4A in Mavericks. It’s that easy and fast.