DVD conversion to iPod format

Help.. I don't seem to be able to find help and how to use this iPod Touch I just bought.. I've converted the DVD file thru DVD Decrypter and Videora iPod Converter programs.. I see the converted file as being a MEG-4 file in iTunes Library.. I've connected my iPod to my computer and it shows in the listing under Devices.. I can't transfer my video file from the Library to my iPod.. How's that done..? Do I need to establish an internet connection between my iPod thru a WiFi connection to be able to do this..? I don't have a WiFi account and wasn't planning on getting one just for this.. I find the online manual to be difficult to understand and feel it doesn't address all issues as it should.. I'm about to pack it up and return it to the store for a refund.. Apple seems to have support for making purchases thru their iTunes store but doesn't seem to address these kinds of issues.. Any help would be greatly appreciated otherwise back it goes..
Message was edited by: cdnred

Never mind.. I've managed to figure it out for myself.. Sure would be nice if Apple could provide more and better support for their products..

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