There are lots of threads talking about audio issues when playing videos files on PlayBook. Here the article will present an easy and free method of playing OGG files on BlackBerry PlayBook by using a top and free OGG to PlayBook Video Converter - Foxreal Video Converter for those people having a set number of OGG files. If you are Mac users, you can use its alternative version - Foxreal Video Converter for Mac. Both programs are free to convert audio/video to any other audio formats you like.
To start, let's view PlayBook supported media files. Currently the 7-inch tablet can only support audios in AAC, MP3, Windows Media 9/10/10 professional and Windows Media Audio lossless codecs. (If interested, you can get all media types for PlayBook here.) So, you have to convert OGG files to MP3, AAC or PCM codec format if you wish to play OGG files on PlayBook.
Here's the stepby-step guide:
Step 1: Run the free Audio Converter as the perfect OGG to PlayBook Converter on your laptop, and then add your OGG files into it.
Step 2: Choose PlayBook supported audio format.
Click on "Format < Common Audio" to easily select output format that can be playable on PlayBook, such as MP3, AAC, WMA, M4A, etc.
Step 3: Convert OGG to MP3/AAC/WMA/M4A for PlayBook by clicking on "Convert" on the main interface of the fast and free OGG Converter for PlayBook.
Step 4: Put the converted files on PlayBook via WiFi sharing or USB connection. And the detailed instructure on how to put video files on PlayBook here.
After the files are transferred onto PlayBook, you are able to enjoy them for great fun on the metro, on the bus or on the train. That's all! Hope the playing OGG files on PlayBook will be of great help for you!
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