Right. I am fed up of looking for stuff by myself, so I'm doing the sensible thing and asking.
I have recently acquired (note: not bought) a small white thing with an Apple logo on that plays music (read: an ipod). However, pleased as I am that I was offered the pretty, but horribly expensive thing for free, I am finding I have a few difficulties.
All my music, with very few exceptions, is in Vorbis.
Apple do not like Vorbis.
As a result of this, I can currently only listen to KOMPRESSOR. Needless to say, KOMPRESSOR would probably sort this out by crushing people like he crushes American burgers until something was done about it, but this is, believe it or not, one of the areas of life in which I feel KOMPRESSOR and I are different. Ahem, back to the point.
So, here I am with many a gigabyte of ogg-related goodness that my ipod does not, and probably never will play, and no batch conversion program that I can find that's free. So, if anyone knows of any application that I may acquire to turn all my oggs into mp3s without doing them all seperately, or even better (though research seems to suggest this isn't possible without installing linux where linux should not be) a way to get the ipod to play vorbis, it would be much appreciated.