OK, so this is probably a dumb question, and probably it's answered somewhere else in the forum. So please forgive me -- but I recently ripped WallE from Blu-Ray, and it looks fantastic, except for the horizontal black bars. Now I could very easily change a setting on my TV to zoom in, thus eliminating the black bars, but then I am losing some definition. I know there is a way to do this in Handbrake so the final file is cropped. Please help me with: 1) Is there an easy way to do this? I have tinkered with the manual settings for cropping but they seem a little confusing and I don't want to try this 10 times just to get it right. I know there is a preview screen but even then it doesn't seem too easy (lots of tweaking involved). Are their preset crops or crop settings for original aspect ratios? The original Blu-Ray for WallE is 2.39:1. 2) By doing this in Handbrake, rather than manually on my TV (zoom setting on TV), it will look better, have more definition, right? Or will it look about the same? If you say it will look the same, then maybe this is not worth it, and I'll just keep the file I have and zoom in via the TV setting if I want. Thanks!