I'm in the process of putting some DVDs into my iTunes library so I can then stream them to my AppleTV. I have a lot of experience doing this (a few hundred movies/tv shows already) but I've ran into a few problems with some newer DVDs. I usually rip the movies with MacTheRipper to prevent my DVD drive from spinning the whole encode but I've been unable to rip them with it. Because of that I tried using HandBrake but both movies come up with dozens of videos that are near the length of the film making it impossible to encode the right one. I've read on the HandBrake forums that if I was able to determine which video track was playing via VLC that I could just encode that track in HandBrake. However I'm unsure of how to do this. My guess was to just get info of the DVD while it's playing but the closest I could get was the Codec Details tab of the Video Info section. The information there only provides "streams X" where X is a number that I believe represents which track is playing. Am I right with my assumption? If not can someone lead me in the right direction? Thanks in advance.