I am in the process of using Handbrake to rip about 90 DVDs (made from old home videos) to put them on Apple TV. But I seem to be having an issue with the size of the ripped files. Normally, if I were to rip, say, a commercial DVD that I own, a 2-hour movie might yield (using the AppleTV 3 setting, no adjustments) a 1.25 gb file, the quality of which would be perfectly fine for viewing. The rip itself would take maybe 30-45 minutes. When I rip my DVDs made from old home videos, each of which is 2 hours in length, the resulting file is double the size (2.5 gb), and the rip itself takes twice as long (1.5 hrs). This is puzzling, since my old home videos are hardly as "rich" (in terms of audio, video, etc.) as current blockbuster movies. So I would have thought they would be smaller...or, at the most, the same size. Is there any way I can adjust the Handbrake settings so that my home DVDs rip more like commercial ones (that is, so they are smaller and rip faster)? Thanks in advance for any help.