bin/cue files to mpg,mpeg or avi format

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sorry about this, this rather is a questions? How do i convert bin/cue files to either avi, mpeg or mpg format I can handle the transposing to dvd or cd . and if I might say just answer the question because I want just to be able to convert bin/cue files to the above formats (avi, mpg, or mpeg!

thank you all you people who love to help only


gogoplane
looking forward to an answer

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you’ll need to extract the mpeg1/mpeg2 video out of the image with a program like isobuster. when the image is loaded in isobuster, right click on image file and -extract but filter only m2f2 mpeg frames-. also you must leave the filename name as avsq001 or whatever it is until after its extracted out of the image, when its been extracted out then u can rename it

http://www.smart-projects.net/isobuster/
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well thnx alot punk u helped me converting into mpeg just got doom movie reply

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how this worked once, and then whenever i extract the bin i end up with a AVSEQ01.DAT? reply

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Just rename the .dat to .avi and it’ll work. reply

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Hi, which application can I use to convert image file to dvd once mounted on Deamon tools?

I know i have to convert cue to mpeg first, but not sure of the application and process...

Thx reply

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umm.. u can still use iso buster.. but if u want an ipod format, use the cucusoft DVD - iPod converter. reply

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Thnx u for this it has taken me hours of googling to find how to get the avi file out :D thnx heaps reply

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uhh..how do u rename the dat. file?? reply

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are you serious???? replace .dat in the file name with .avi

for example if it was movie.dat rename it to movie.avi reply

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Can you do that with Nero? reply

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for those of you who do not know how to rename files
(such as .dat to .avi)...

Go to “My Computer”
on the top...go to “Tools” --then-- “Folder Options”
on the tab go to “View”
then make sure the box is UNchecked for “Hide extentions for known file types”
then after unchecking....you press “OK”

then...you should be able to see the .dat file name reply

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How do i convert bin/cue files to either avi, mpeg or mpg format reply

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hello,
using your directions extracted x.dat file from x.bin
1. opened x.bin file with WihISO (good program)
2. in WinISO i see four folders inside, one of them has AVSEQ01.DAT file which is about the same size as movie should be.
3. extracted it from bin archive (just drag and drop)
4. renamed into x.avi

tried to play - it does not play. i tried different players:

winamp - NOTHING.... it does not complain but does not play either
vlc - started to play, but no picture, just bits of sound, which seems to be movie sound
windows media player - says invalid format.



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yeah try divx player reply

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Hi,
isobuster really works.. i have used it and it endup with AVSEQ.dat file which u can run on media player classic..its great ..thanx reply

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hi,
does this conversion change the quality of the video.

thanks. reply

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r4y_m4n wrote:
for those of you who do not know how to rename files
(such as .dat to .avi)...

Go to “My Computer”
on the top...go to “Tools” --then-- “Folder Options”
on the tab go to “View”
then make sure the box is UNchecked for “Hide extentions for known file types”
then after unchecking....you press “OK”

then...you should be able to see the .dat file name

thanks for the info, it was very helpful. reply

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hey guys, i tried the idea, to convert the bin/cue file with isobuster and after that rename the file .dat in .avi and it worked.......you guys are the best....bravo...Respect reply

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spawn_mania wrote:
hey guys, i tried the idea, to convert the bin/cue file with isobuster and after that rename the file .dat in .avi and it worked.......you guys are the best....bravo...Respect

I agree! It worked great, thanks a lot, and you are great people! reply

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