Consider the following: - Blu-ray release with DTS-MA audio - The Blu-ray release also includes a DVD that has Dolby Digital - Encoding for Apple eco-system/Apple TV Using Handbrake to encode, do you: 1. Re-encode the 1,510k DTS core from the DTS-MA track to AC3 at 640k? 2. Rip the Dolby Digital track from the DVD at a lower 384k or 448k bitrate and pass it through to the resulting .m4v file? What do you do in this case? What results in better quality audio?