Moodle Version 3.9, Windows 10 Build 19041
Students submit responses using the RecordRTC voice recorder in the Atto toolbar. I have downloaded these submissions and I understand that they are .ogg files. I can play these downloaded files using native Microsoft apps like Groove and Windows Media Player. However, I want to upload these files to Audacity software and export the .ogg files as mp3s- a standard function for Audacity. (https://manual.audacityteam.org/man/importing_audio.html)
However, the .ogg files that are downloaded from RecordRTC are not recognized by Audacity. I get this dialog box from Audacity, ‘Audacity did not recognize the type of the file-path.ogg’. I have downloaded a sample .ogg from the wiki. This sample file was accepted by Audacity software and I can convert it into an mp3.
Is there something unique about the .ogg files exported from RecordRTC?
Attached is a sample .ogg downloaded from the Atto RecordRTC.