OPUS Converter

The OPUS file converter is an effective audio tool for converting files from one format to another. It supports a range of different audio formats, including MP3, Ogg Vorbis, and the cutting edge OPUS codec. It offers a range of conversion settings, allowing users to customize their audio in various ways. For example, the bitrate can be adjusted for higher or lower sound quality and audio files can be converted to mono or stereo.

Users can also modify the sample rate to suit their needs ' commonly used rates are 8, 16, 44.1, and 48 kHz. Additionally, the OPUS file converter supports audio metadata tagging for MP3 and Ogg Vorbis formats. This allows users to store information such as artist name, release date, genre, and other details alongside the audio file.

Avalible OPUS converters:

OPUS to AAC converter

AAC is an audio file format that stands for Advanced Audio Coding, commonly used to store audio on media players & streaming services.

OPUS to AIFF converter

The AIFF file is a multimedia file format used to store audio data for Apple devices.

OPUS to FLAC converter

FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec) is a popular, open source format for storing uncompressed, lossless audio.

OPUS to M4V converter

M4V is a multimedia file format used to store video and audio content, usually in an iTunes Store.

OPUS to MMF converter

A Multimedia File (MMF) is a type of file that stores audio, video, and other data in one container.

OPUS to MP3 converter

MP3 is a digital audio file format used for storing and playing music.

OPUS to OGG converter

OGG is a free, open container format used for audio, video, and other multimedia components.

OPUS to WAV converter

The WAV file is an audio file format used for storing sounds as digital audio.

OPUS to WMA converter

The WMA file is a type of audio file from Windows Media Player, used for music and other audio.

OPUS to 3G2 converter

The 3G2 file is a multimedia container format used for 3GPP2 multimedia services.