So I've been experimenting with ways of converting DVDs to play on my Captivate. I've settled on Handbrake as it seems to provide the best set of features and highest-quality video, and despite the myriad of options is actually the easiest way to get what I want as a final product. However, one feature it doesn't have is the ability to explicitly set the output file resolution and then hard-letterbox it in order to adjust for movies the originated in a different aspect-ratio (AR) than the device's native resolution. Instead, Handbrake encodes videos in native AR. Which of course is the Right Thing To Do. However, the problem is that the Captivate's built-in video player won't play videos in their native AR, and will instead stretch them to fill the screen. I find this corruption and distortion unacceptable... it looks awful. Granted, a player like Act 1 will play them just fine but that's not free. I shouldn't have to pay extra money just to get this to not screw up videos. Is there either: A) A way to get the Captivate's built-in video player to play movies in native AR? or... B) A good, free player that I can use instead?