I've been ripping a lot of my old home movies and some dvds recently, compatible for Apple TV 2. I'm willing to see it through, the quality is great but i have been thinking if it is possible to rip without the time consuming compression H.264 codec to create an m4v file. I read a thread suggesting that iFlicks is a program that can import MKV videos into iTunes, put them into a m4v wrapper and convert the audio to ensure Apple tv compatibility. Has anyone tried this? MKV are much quicker to create from DVD's and space isn't an issue for me. Would this work?