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burning bin & cue files to dvd

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by prolifik, Mar 28, 2005.

  1. prolifik

    prolifik Guest

    i have the cue & bin files for the movie Last Samurai and i wanted to burn it into one file as a dvd movie. what should i do? do i need to join the files first? do i need a separate program to do this? i have Nero Ultra Edition. im new here and i hope that you guys could help me out..thanks! =)
     
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    scf_au Regular member

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    Try this:

    Change the cue & bin into mpeg with VCDGear, a free program downloadable from here:

    http://www.vcdgear.com/

    Then burn with Nero.

     
  4. mistycat

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    As long as you have a DVD burner; here's how. I'm fairly new to this myself and just learning but this seems fairly simple to me and I'm no pc guru. First, extract the mpg from the bin/cue files with Isobuster (free). A step by step guide is available at Videohelp.com. Not necessary to join them unless you don't want a blip in the middle but there are a multitude of tools out there. I have used DVD Shrink (free) and VirtualDub (again, free and a guide is available at Videohelp.com) but prefer TMPGenc Plus to join the mpg's (file>MPEG Tool) just because I have it and it works for me. I believe TMPGenc will also do this (again free), then just burn to DVD with Nero; may even join the files for you; don't know. And, that's it. Good luck
     
  5. prolifik

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    btw, i forgot to mention that i have 2 cue files and 2 bin files in 2 separate folders..i guess these are files from a CD..so do i still use the same procedures you gave me or should i use a different procedure? thanks in advance!
     
  6. Jetster

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    When you re encde with Nero Vision express or TMPGE you just add both clips. Its part of the process. DVD encoders allow for multipal clips.
     
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  7. kyle_101

    kyle_101 Guest

    Gonna pay close attention to this thread cause i need to learn this too.
     
  8. herbsman

    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    Its easy Kyle , extract the mpeg(s)/avi(s) from CD1 & CD2 folders using whatever piece of software [I use ISO-Buster myself , but each to their own].
    Encode the mpeg or avi to MPEG2 [dvd compliant] format. If it wasn't converted to VOB already ... just use TMPGEnc DVD Author to do so.

    All the relative guides are in the [bold]Afterdawn Guides Section[/bold]

    *Moved to correct forum*
     
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    As stated above, if VCD, encode to MPEG2. If SVCD, it already is. Sorry, I assumed it was SVCD.
     
  10. kyle_101

    kyle_101 Guest

    Thanks for that, I am gonna read some of the guides here that people have so graciously posted for dummies like myself.
     

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