This may be a completely dumb and total newbie question (I never rip DVD's) but I'm currently trying to digitize some of the older DVD releases I have at home in hopes of clearing space. I've been using Handbrake with the Apple TV 2 setting on whatever defaults and one thing I'm noticing is that, after ripping the DVD, the picture size is small (let's say less than a 1/4 of the screen size on my 21 iMac). Is there a reason why that happens? When you stretch out the picture to fill the whole screen won't it get very "pixely" that way? Is there a way to make the actual picture size bigger or is this a normal part of DVD ripping? I'd like to keep my files iTunes/idevice compatible so I can transfer them around if need be. The reason I ask is cause I've seen DVD rips of movies in the past that had a much bigger picture....am I doing something wrong with my actual ripping process for these dvd's or is this all normal?