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Bin/Cue burning, yes I've looked, no answer is to be found

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by simbob103, May 4, 2005.

  1. simbob103

    simbob103 Member

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    I am trying to burn a BIN/CUE file to a DVD. I have tried Nero's image burning, but I got an error stating "an error ocurred while loading the cue sheet file." I tried creating an image using an imaginary drive, and was successful to the point that my computer would play it (it was a .dat file) but no dvd player (I tried 3) was able to recognize the disc when I burned it as such. My dvd's are in short supply and I am at my wit's end with solutions that have no relevance to my problem, and solutions that don't work, anyone who can help I'm begging you. Please
     
  2. rebootjim

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    Rip the video out with isobuster.
    Burn with Nero, using the appropriate template, depending on what the video really is (mpeg-1 or 2, VCD aspect or SVCD aspect).
    Check it in the latest version of Gspot.
    If isobuster rips a .dat file, convert it to mpg in VCDGear.
     
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    =) Thank you so much! You are amazing
     
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    rebootjim Active member

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    Nah, just been there, done that, got the T-shirt ;)
     
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    hey i think these instructions are simple enough for even me to follow. Is there a guide for isobuster somewhere. i have had so much trouble with this . Thanks
     
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    There probably is, however...
    Open the file, right click on the one you want, and select "Extract but filter only M2F2 Mpeg frames".
    This will give you the movie in it's proper format.
     
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    There is a guide on ripping video from bin/cue files using Isobuster at VideoHelp.com. Dvd is easily done then.
     
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    once again rebootjim you have saved my day! I am no longer agonizing about bin and cue. I feel more complete!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    here some more info . old but may be useful .http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/7976
     
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    great advice for a beginner like me. thank-you im slowly learning.
     
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    hi i am having trouble with a bin file from my nortons goback program. file is gobackio.bin now this would be handy to me as the bin file is an image of my hdd ion feb this year but i havent a cue sheet to load the bin file in nero i am chasing a cue sheet maker
    this bin image file is the contents of my hdd that i lost last month and i need to get thew stuff back as it was mainly pics and movie files
    any help would be appreciated
     

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