Greetings everyone, I have recently ripped my entire DVD collection to the .mkv format. I have been reading heavily about making these into a format that iTunes recognizes and can be played on my appleTV 2. I have come to the conclusion that their are 2 main ways to do this. The first would be to re-encode them using handbrake (which i am familiar with, having used it in the past) and demuxing the files into an .m4v. So I guess my question is, other than time are there any advantages to demuxing DVD's? Is the end result the same whether I encode or demux, or does one have better quality than the other? Thanks in advance.