I was wondering if there is some setting that I might be missing that causes a Netflix season to drastically jump around in quality throughout a season. For instance, I looking at Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on Netflix. When I rip a season the episodes vary from 500 MB to 2GB and that is ripping it with the following settings: Video Resolution: 1920x1080 Audio language: English [Original] Audio Track: 192 kbps DD+ 5.1 5.1 I could see some variances in file sizes with probably say ± 100-200mb, but there's up to 1.5GB gap in between some. When you look at the < 1GB files you can see the artifacting and pixels that occur when you stretch an image to a higher resolution with low file sizes. I am also aware that it can only grab files that Netflix offers the browser and I’ve matched the videos up with playing it in the browser. The one that Netflix offers the browser is a lot higher quality than it has been downloading, I'm attaching a copy of the .astlog that it produces as it'll likely give more information. Since I'm not sure if it gives file size that I am seeing as well I'll list here too. I'll also include runtime just in case someone thinks that might be the factor. S05E01 501 MB Runtime 43 mins 05 secs Video Bitrate - 1,431 S05E05 2.23 GB Runtime 43 mins 05 secs Video Bitrate -7,243 S05E07 1.22 GB Runtime 41 mins 02 secs Video Bitrate - 4,092 S05E13 935 MB Runtime 42 mins 30 secs Video Bitrate - 2,880 I didn't attach all 22 episodes since I figured that might be enough, but if needed I can attach all 5 seasons I've done so far with each having 22 episodes that have the same variances.