.bin & .cue conversion help

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06-10-2006 12:10 PM
daviencle
46 posts

you can convert mpeg to vob or avi using WinAVI you can get a copy from this link www.torrentspy.com/torrent/758087/winAVI_7_6_serial_notes_not_a_bad_release_by_YuniRikku reply

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06-29-2006 09:54 AM
me2003uk

How do i change a bin/cue file to an avi/xvid/divx file, that my dvd player will play?? reply

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07-08-2006 11:06 PM
ReallyConfuzedboy

hey...im trying to mix my own cd’s but...one of the song’si used is already a Song made by a artist and i mixed it up the hole song..but it still has an option to check to online store...is there anyway i can use a program to copy the file kinda like record file using comp so thta way...were windows media player doesnt know what artist or albom it is thta then i can fill thta out thxs alottt reply

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07-29-2006 05:15 AM
june

I have downloaded PGA Tour 2006 and burned onto disks (3 discs) with Alcohol 120% - everything went fine with no problems but now when I try to launch the game to play it asks me to insert the courses disk (disc 3) which I do but it keeps telling me it can’t find the cd-rom, anyone had the same problem who can tell me how to solve it please. reply

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07-31-2006 10:04 AM
Newbengineer

I have this game that is in bin. and cue. file format. I was wondering if there was a way to convet it to iso. format? reply

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08-02-2006 02:56 AM
Guest needs help.

ok i dl VCDGear v3.56 and i tried converting a bin file to mpg but it wont let me. Here’s the error msg:
“Binary image specified inside CUE file could not be opened."

i know for sure its a good bin file because i can watch it but i need to convert to mpg so i can burn it with my dvd burner. reply

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08-06-2006 03:14 AM
Roys

Hi,few days back i downloaded two movies from BitComet. but the problem is the movie are in WinRAR format and when i try to extract it is asking me for the password and i dont have any password to open or extract the file i searched nearly all the sites for the password but i did not find anything useful. i am really F***ED up and i dont know what to do please can someone help me out. reply

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08-07-2006 11:57 PM
XiC

All of you are weak, stop helping these morons who know bunk about the scene.

They will goober it all up and get it to come crashing down.
I have your numbers.
Weak motherfuckers! :P reply

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08-10-2006 01:23 AM
htyap

I recently dl an movie in avi format with 694mb when try to burn in into vcd using Nero5 the size increased to 800+ mb which is way too big for a single cd. How can I fit into 1 700mb cd? Help apprieciated. reply

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08-12-2006 12:39 AM
Drayton

Any body know how i can convert different movie formates like avi, divx, mpeg, vob into UDF or Video-TS as these are the standard formates for dvd’s.
Please e-mail me at drayton2002@msn.com
Thanks reply

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08-15-2006 03:36 PM
starbuckslover
1 posts

I HAVE A QUESTION GUYS
I DL photoshop and i cant open it
its in BIN file
and i dont know what to do
please help reply

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08-18-2006 05:10 AM
Jp

Hi, I am in the same situation as Dino and Zim fast but i cannot figure out why i need 1 click DVD ripeer, i can’t convert avi to mpeg like daviencle said, could you help me?
Thnx for any help you can give me. reply

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08-19-2006 10:14 AM
John G

If you want to convert bin files to mpeg format you must follow these steps:

1. Load the bin or the cue file (depending on the
program you use) on a virtual cd/dvd
drive (Programs you can use are: Alcohol 120%,
Daemon Tools, etc.)

2. Explore the file and go to the MPEGAV folder

3. There you will probably see a file with a .DAT
extension. Copy this file and past it on your
hard drive.

4. Rename this file and give it a .mpeg extension

5. Play the file using your favorite media player
assuming it supports mpeg playback. reply

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08-19-2006 07:55 PM
suziQ

im getting the same problem “an error saying source file could not be opened”. can anyone help to solve this? reply

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08-27-2006 04:57 PM
har

hi all whats the best program 2 convert mpeg to bin and cue as all my d/l are in bin and cue but iv just d/l a mpeg file so need it in a bin and cue thanks reply

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08-28-2006 03:20 PM
daviencle
46 posts

why convert mpeg files to bin/cue when they are vcd format...most people just convert files to vob so they can be played as dvd reply

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08-28-2006 03:21 PM
daviencle
46 posts

why convert mpeg files to bin/cue when they are vcd format...most people just convert files to vob so they can be played as dvd...no detrement to you but take the easy way reply

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08-28-2006 03:21 PM
daviencle
46 posts

why convert mpeg files to bin/cue when they are vcd format...most people just convert files to vob so they can be played as dvd...no detrement to you but take the easy way reply

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08-29-2006 12:33 PM
alexcadreche

Hi all, I have downloaded a bunch of games I like. Some are in (BIN/CUE)
I have “Nero, ISOBuster, and MagicISO”,
Using all three programs, I open up the CUE file, and hit burn/write to disk, and it all looks well, after a good 10 minutes, my disk pops out and the program says it is completed.

When I put the CD in my CD players on my computer, there is nothing on the disk!

Can you help?

After it burns this BIN/CUE file onto a disk (if I can ever get to do it) Will the game automatically start, or will it be the same BIN/CUE file just transferred to a disk?
I burned it as the instructions I read here, but then there is always nothing on the disk. I appreciate all your help and time for the people here.
Alex reply

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08-29-2006 03:04 PM
daviencle
46 posts

bin/cue files are image files...open nero make sure that cd is selected then click on burn image to disk...open the folder that the file you want to put to disk is...only the cue file will be shown...click on it and then click burn...and that is it....bingo you will have your game on to cd :) reply

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