how do you exactly burn .bin/.cue movies into a dvd+cd to watch on dvd players?

03-25-2005 04:23 PM
hell

hello, i recently downloaded a .bin and cue movie.
when i dbl clik it, the movie plays but i dont know how to burn it to a dvd disk so i can watch on my dvd player. i mounted the cue using 120% and nero but it just gives me 4 folders. what can i do exactly? reply

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03-30-2005 03:03 AM
DjKraig
4 posts

All i did was open up nero. When it opens close the box so that you have the grey screen. Then click on the open file option near the top left. Change the drop down menu to read .cue. Then open the cue file you want and burn. Happy viewing reply

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04-10-2005 05:47 PM
tre

Complete novice here, learning slowly!! Same problem, have bin & cue files which I want to burn to dvd, but only have sonic not nero. Also when I r/click does not give me the option to open with..... Please respond in simple terms.... otherwise I’ll have another headache to try and figure out. Thanks reply

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06-20-2005 08:17 AM
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http://www.afterdawn.com/guides/archive/bin_cue_with_nero.cfm reply

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01-23-2007 04:52 AM
rogerramjet

i can’t watch and burn bin files reply

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05-31-2007 03:38 AM
dannny

its simple mount your cue file to deamon tools then put the files in nero or sonic for this matter and chosse the option all files* preview the burn if you get sound and vision its worked. reply

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06-01-2007 01:38 PM
993052

if the above post helps you best then fair enough i am only posting an alternative way
extract the file using Extract now,
then if necessary convert the file then burn
hope it helps
cheers
matt reply

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08-16-2007 07:55 PM
SRH 24

So are we suppose to burn this thing to a cd-rom?? and then we (we being the idiots lol) can play the cd on a dvd player?
i hate nero. if anyone knows any other programs where i can burn this dumb bin file/movie to a dvd, so i can watch it on my dvd player reply

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08-16-2007 08:05 PM
SRH 24

im an idiot, the instructions work perfectly - i didnt think you could play cdrom on a dvd play...

:pity the fool: reply

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09-05-2007 07:04 PM
Trim

I have read the above and still I’m trying to burn my cue files, I had Nero7 , until my trial ran out . it worked great for me. Now I’m faced with findind another program to burn my cue files(movies), i’m trying alcohol with not much luck, dvdsanta,magiciso,cdrwin, and a few others.I,m able to burn files but not able to watch on my home dvds players, four of them, one should work. what i’m i over looking?I have also converted some files to iso.still no luck.Please help Tim,keep it simple reply

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09-05-2007 07:12 PM
Trim

I have read the above and still I’m trying to burn my cue files, I had Nero7 , until my trial ran out . it worked great for me. Now I’m faced with findind another program to burn my cue files(movies), i’m trying alcohol with not much luck, dvdsanta,magiciso,cdrwin, and a few others.I,m able to burn files but not able to watch on my home dvds players, four of them, one should work. what i’m i over looking?I have also converted some files to iso.still no luck.Please help Tim,keep it simple reply

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02-26-2011 10:59 PM
Annmarie

i dnt kwn how 2 download movies from the internet then on 2 a disc can u help me please reply

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