Hello all, I currently have my DVD collection stored on my HDD has .AVI. I am looking to convert these files to .MP4 files to be able to play on the Apple TV. The files are approx. 700MB per movie. I've read that VisualHub is the best software for performing this conversion so I've downloaded and paid for this software. My question is what are the best settings to use? I've tried a few different settings including: - Optimize for Apple TV / H.264 Encoding / Standard Quality = 539MB - Optimize for Apple TV / H.264 Encoding / High Quality = 869MB - Optimize for Apple TV / H.264 Encoding / Standard Quality w/ 2 pass = 771MB All these files appear to play back roughly the same. Should I just use the settings which provides the lowest file size (to save space) or is by dropping the size going to effect quality somewhere that I haven't seen it yet? Also, 2nd question.. All the converted MP4 files play back darker in QuickTime than the original AVI file. I've been told this is because of a bug in QuickTime decoding MP4 files. Should I counter act this with an increase in contrast somehow? Any suggestions would be helpfull. Thanks.