[QUOTE=cholla;2029377]MBK;I did know vob stands for VideoOBject file but I was just messing around & Super did convert a “.vob” file with audio only but it wasn’t really a .vob it just claimed to be.In other words Super created it with a .vob extension.So I thought it just might be a blank screen .vob.I agree not much use.
I actually did a .wav 270MB,a .mp3 33.8MB,&2 .ac3’s 33.8 MB.The .ac3 Super did the sound had breaks but a little fine tuning on the settings might have cured that,The .ac3 MediaCoder did sounded fine.
Thanks for the explanations.I’m still learning so the more times I read something the better it sticks.
btw the '.vob" looked strange in IFOEdit.[/QUOTE]
If the AC3 that you extracted with Super had any ‘breaks’, it is most likely because your system lacks the processing prowess… most probable, because the audio that you are extracting is already AC3, so in essence all Super is doing is demuxing the audio and changing the bitrate if that’s what you chose.
Super would sill be my choice, but as Deanimator already stated, it’s all probably moot since Biscuitboy is probably long gone … didn’t notice myself that he had posted that long ago…LOL
BTW… I’d be curious to see for myself how that 'WAV file forced into a VOB looks in IFOEdit, or VOBEdit for that matter. I think I’ll take a look for myself when I get home later… I’m posting this from my Motorola Q Smartphone…