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convert bin/cue and daa files to dvd

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by cinz1974, Apr 20, 2007.

  1. cinz1974

    cinz1974 Member

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    i was wondering if anyone can help me.

    I have bin/cue files and daa files in which i wish to burn onto a dvd

    is this possible and how

    i have the following programs already nero 7 convertxtodvd tmpgenc

    can i use any of these

    thanks
     
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    ok i followed this guide but i do not have the option to save as mpg

    get file as .dat

    How to extract the mpg video file(s) from BIN/CUE VCD file.

    Tools: Isobuster.
    Install and run Isobuster.
    Select File->Open Image File and open the CUE file.
    Click on the MPEGAV folder.
    Select all dat files and right click and select Extract but filter only M2F2 Mpg frames.
    Save the new file as filename.mpg. It will automatically be converted to a compliant mpg file.
     
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    also can i use iosbuster for.daa files?

    thanks
     
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    I don't know why there would be problems. It's been awhile since I used that guide but it worked great and I'd try again. I haven't used it but I believe VCDGear will do what you want, too. I saw this on another forum: "To burn cue/bin files to play on dvd go to www.vcdgear.com download, choose bin=mpeg choose file hit start, then just burn the mpeg with nero". Sorry but I never heard of .daa files
     
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    Easiest way is to extract with whatever poweriso etc. Go into the mpegav folder select the file and rename with extension avi. Then just use nero to convert it by making a movie from file. It will do all the encoding and then you can set up a menu etc. with that. Once it's in a GOOD format like avi then it's endless what you can do with it. Just remember every time you change it from one format to another you lose some quality.
     

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