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Conversion of m4r file format to ogg file format beta

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Convert Apple iPhone ringtone format to Ogg Vorbis audio.

We have found one software suitable in our database for this conversion.

M4R ringtones are just very short MPEG-4 audio files (.mp4) and as such can be converted to any other audio format with any conversion program that supports MP4 format. Some converters do not have .m4r suffix associated so you have either rename it to .mp4 or manually open it. Either way, m4r to ogg conversion should be doable with almost any modern multimedia conversion software.

Microsoft Windows software Microsoft Windows icon - convert m4r to ogg on Windows

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An audio editing software for Windows and Mac

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Convert from m4r file

NoYesNom4r editorNoNoNoNo

to ogg file

NoYesNoogg editorNoNoNoNo

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Additional links: Open m4r file, Open ogg file


An m4r file extension is used for ringtones that is used by Apple iPhone. iPhone ringtones are stored in the same m4a audio format as songs. However m4r file extension is used to differentiate ringtones and songs.


Files with ogg extension can be typically found as sounds or music in Ogg Vorbis compressed audio format.


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