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I downloaded a video and it's bin/cue how do I convert to a AVI or MOV!


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Hey guys I downloaded a video but it downloaded as a couple files...bin & cue - which I know I can watch on my mac using VLC player but I want to export or convert into a file that I can burn to a DVD to play on a DVD player. I have the newest version of Toast (which won't allow me to do it). I have quicktime pro so if I could open the files to view in that I could export but im stuck so I either want to know

1.) How to burn bin/cue to a DVD on a mac

or

2.) How to convert bin/cue to avi, mp4, mov, etc. on a mac

pleeeeease help!!

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The .bin and .cue files are what you need to burn the DVD. Open Toast and select an option that says "Burn DVD From image". Then select the file and your on your way. I don't have Toast but it should allow the capability of burning from an image.

You can't convert .bin or .cue files because they are not video files but cd images.
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UHM! it worked but not exactly how you said it so for anyone that wants to burn a movie that is in a BIN/CUE format to a DVD on a mac HERE:

1. Open toast
2. Utilities > Mount Disc Image
3. Locate BIN file and mount to desktop
4. In toast click on "VIDEO" on the left hand side
5. Click "DVD Video"
6. Drag "CD Image" from desktop to toast
7. BURN!

so weird! THANK YOU SO MUCH Eric!!!

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For future reference, if you just want to convert a bin/cue to avi, mp4, etc. I have instructions here.

Convert bin/cue with VLC

Best,

Brian
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UHM! it worked but not exactly how you said it so for anyone that wants to burn a movie that is in a BIN/CUE format to a DVD on a mac HERE:

1. Open toast
2. Utilities > Mount Disc Image
3. Locate BIN file and mount to desktop
4. In toast click on "VIDEO" on the left hand side
5. Click "DVD Video"
6. Drag "CD Image" from desktop to toast
7. BURN!

so weird! THANK YOU SO MUCH Eric!!!
Glad to know it worked out. I didn't have Toast on my computer so I couldn't do a step by step for you. Glad you posted one though!
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