OggVorbis (.oga, .ogg)

As of Version 12.2, the "OggVorbis" format is obsolete. Use "Ogg" both as an audio and video container.

Background & Context

    • MIME types: audio/ogg, audio/vorbis, audio/x-ogg
    • OggVorbis digital audio format.
    • A lossy compression scheme commonly used for consumer audio streaming, storage, transfer and playback, which can also be used on the web.
    • Binary file format.
    • Stores up to 255 channels of compressed audio data.
    • OggVorbis uses variable bit rate (VBR) per sample.
    • Supports arbitrary sampling frequencies from 8 kHz to 192 kHz.