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What to do with bin/cue files

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skullion

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I downloaded a movie that is broken up in bin/cue files. The cue file plays on vlc media player fine but I wanna make a copy on disc.I tried to convert the cue file to mpg with vcdgearx but It always says there r streams missing from the mpg or mpeg. Every thing I put in vcdgearx eventually gets that message. Is there a better way to burn this on a dvd? Is there an easy to use video conversion tool? I cant get toast to do it as they are now.
 
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toast will make it a VCD. and most DVD players support VCDs (not the PS2 though).
 
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MacAddikt said:
toast will make it a VCD. and most DVD players support VCDs (not the PS2 though).
I tried toast but I cant even drag the file in. It says it is in an unsupported format.
 
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ok heres how it is. .cue is like the file that tells the burner what to do with the .bin. I think your gonna need windows.

No real data i used in the .cue, all you want is in the .bin. We had a tool in windows called winISO to convert .bin to .iso, which could be opened in anything then..i think linux can do similar in K3b, which means mac could (im sitll a newbie i could be wrong)

.cue is usually the result of CloneCD
 
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