.BIN and .CUE files.

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Okay, i have 2 .BIN and 2 .CUE files for 1 movie because they didnt fit on 1 cd-r, what do i do with them... i've tried so many different ways of burning them and they never work. i have it on 'disk at once', i'm burning the image and everything

-- Matt Kazan (senseatshakh@yahoo.com), January 04, 2003


*.bin and *.cue files are CD image files that are partnered together and can be burned with a program that accepts them, like Nero. But the aim here is for all the formatting instructions and ultimately info on what type of CD is to be created are all within the image itself so that a simple program is all that's needed for burning (can be a command line script for controlling the CD-R drive: lends itself well to Linux environments). The image can be anything: a VCD, some files, an audio CD, etc. Are u sure, if indeed you were successful in burning these image files, that it was intended for creating a VCD??

-- Mehmet Tekdemir (turk690@yahoo.com), January 05, 2003.

I used Roxio Easy CD Creator... maybe that isn't a very good program. And I'm pretty sure I burned the image properly... I'm going to download Nero I guess.

-- Matt Kazan (senseatshakh@yahoo.com), January 05, 2003.

There is a program called Alcohol (think 1.3.5 is out now)that will let you mount an image in most any format (bin/cue/iso...) from your harddrive. You need to have the space for the image but you can then access it as a drive letter. Up to 32 at once I think. I have used it to mount images before burning if I am unsure of the quality of the content. Why burn a disk if the rip sucks...

Good Luck!

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-- Devin Null (DevinNull@sparkingwire.com), January 06, 2003.

Is is possible to use adaptec cd creator to burn these files?

-- Heron Singarajah (hnospamdjd@hotmail.com), August 15, 2003.

You use the program fireburner to extract the .CUE and .BIN file.

-- Nick Casey (noneofyourbuis@yahoo.com), October 18, 2003.

How do we extract them in Fire Burner?

-- Stuart (zambizi182@hotmail.com), June 11, 2004.

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