For windows, I use ffmpeg along with the following batch script.
for %%X in (%*) do (
ffmpeg -i "%%X" -acodec libvorbis -aq 5 "%%~nX.ogg"
Just create a file called "MP3toOGG.bat" (filename doesn't matter, only extension) and then drag and drop mp3 files over it.
I don't know if it creates "optimal" audio files but some sites say that 5 is the lowest quality you can go while keeping the conversion lossless.
There isn't much in terms of filesize savings unless you start going lossy..
I am actually not sure if fre:ac retains loop tags or not. I keep meaning to test, and then I keep forgetting. For adding a loop, I use Audacity to determine the loop start and end, and then use a tag editor, but I don't recall which one.
I was away this days here in the forum but it was for a good cause!
The trailer of the demo of Luke Inn is on youtube and I am so happy!
I need to see the bugs of the game but I am happy that I have new content to show!