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Converting File Formats Online For Free

Every now and again I come across some new audio or video format I can’t use. Which is really annoying (to say the least!).

And that happened again today with an audio file I wanted to hear, but it had a .ogg extension.

You really don’t need to know what ogg stands for (seriously, you don’t!), but should you be curious, all is revealed on Wikipedia here.

All I wanted was an MP3 version and within a matter of less than a minute, my 47 minute ogg file became an MP3. Nice.

Here’s where I went: http://www.online-convert.com/

They can convert just about any format (audio and video) to just about anything else.

But they also do document and image conversion, and just to add the icing, they’ve got Ebook formats covered too (9 different formats!).

Quentin Pain

Quentin Pain started his first business, a courier company aged 23. He sold it 4 years later and used the profits to start a recording studio. A couple of albums later, he started two software companies, the last one being Accountz, which he grew from zero to 36,000 customers and which is still going strong today. His current company is ProofMEDIA, a specialist digital consulting business focusing on online growth. He's also a published author (including a Dummies title), and has won many awards including the IAB Small Business Mentor of the Year in 2013. Quentin is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing.

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