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Old 05-03-02, 04:40 PM
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How do I assemble and then burn "BIN" and "CUE" files?

How do I assemble and then burn "BIN" and "CUE" files to a CD-RW?
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Old 05-03-02, 06:38 PM
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First you need a program that supports the file type. Ie. CDRWIN supports bin files very well (nero not so well).. I'd suggest doing a google search on the format you wish to create (ie. "burning .bin files") and checking out the results..
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Old 05-03-02, 06:39 PM
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If you already have a CUE (a fairly small text file) and a BIN (a much larger data file), then just put them in the same directory, point your burning program to the CUE file (sometimes called "load track or cue file") and hit record. I use Fireburner for BIN/CUE images, but there are other programs that can handle it.

If what you have are a bunch of files that comprise a spanned archive of the BIN and CUE file, then you'll need whatever program was used to create the archive. For example, if your files are .RAR, .R00, .R01, etc.; then you'll need WinRAR. Or if your files are .ACE, .A00, A01, etc; then you'll need WinACE. There are other more obscure ones, but together with ZIP, these make up the bulk of what you're likely to encounter.
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Old 05-03-02, 09:44 PM
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check out this site:

http://www.binnewz.net/docs/guide_to_burning_iso.asp
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Old 05-03-02, 10:48 PM
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Just download VCDGEAR. It is a tiny executable file that converts your cue/bin to mpg in less than a minute. You can then drag the mpg to any vcd burner program (nero being my favorite) and make a vcd. I believe it will also convert the aveq.dat file from vcd to mpg as well. Its a great little program.

I don't have the link but you can get to it from www.vcdhelp.com

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