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.bin & .cue Files

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  1. squewheet

    squewheet Member

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    how do i burn .bin & .cue movie files.
     
  2. borhan9

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    These are image files and you need image burners programs like.

    DVD Decrypter
    Nero
    Imgburn
    MagicISO
    PowerISO

    These will be able to burn them no problems.
     
  3. OneMember

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    And no Alcohol 120% in that list?
     
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    I forgot about that one thanxs for the addition.
     
  5. squewheet

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    can some on tell me how cause everytime i try to burn the bin file with dvd decrypter it says's: "YOUR IMAGE DOESN'T APPEAR TO BE OF THE CORRECT FORMAT FOR BURNING ON A DVD ------- IMAGE FORMAT: MODE2/FORM1/2352
    DVD FORMAT: MODE1/2048"

     
  6. OneMember

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    Looks like you are burning dvd-image to cd...
    What is the size of that image?

    As far as I can tell, MODE2/FORM1/2352 is a CD.
     
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  7. squewheet

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    The .bin file is around 776mb. It's a movie file.
     
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    Try to burn it to normal 80min CD.
    If it will not work, try 90min CD-R.
     
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    Wait i'm trying to burn the movie file on a DVD+R am i supposed to burn it on a CD+R. Cause if so that just don't sound righ
     
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    Yes. You should burn it to cd (and not dvd).
     
  11. squewheet

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    alright, that just didn't sound right. But i will try that later on when i get home from work.
     
  12. Teknofobe

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    Sorry to continue this, but as you can see from my name, I'm useless when it comes to things like this.

    I also have a .bin/.cue file that I need to put onto disc, BUT I would like to play it on my DVD player which is not a DIVX player.

    1. Does Nero convert the .bin/.cue files as well as burning them?

    2. Can I use Nero Burning Express?

    3. I only have an 80min CDRW or DVDRW. The file is 795MB, can I use the 80min CDRW?

    Thanks in advance for all your help. I really am a technofobe and do need an "idiots guide".
     
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    1.) yes

    2.) yes

    3.) yes

    however, you can't mix and match. if you want it to play on your dvd player, you need to either convert the files and burn to dvd, or you need to have a dvd player capable of playing video cd's and just burn what you have now.
     
  14. Teknofobe

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    Thanks very much for your prompt reply!

    I would rather convert the files and burn to dvd.

    1. Can I use Nero Vision Express 3 for this?

    2. Which file do I burn, the .bin or the .cue?

    I apologise once again for "testing your brain", but appreciate your response.

    Thank you.
     
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    just use convertxtodvd this program will do the job for you
     
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