Discussion in 'DivX / XviD' started by JXBlack, Apr 28, 2007.
Can someone please tell me the easiest way to convert a bin/cue film to DivX?
A bin/cue is just a CD/DVD image. I guess you are talking (X)(S)VCD though?
Thanks for your reply, but I'm afraid I don't understand it.
I have downloaded bin/cue files that are films. I have software that will write these files to a cd-rom disc that I can play on my front room DVD Player.
I want to convert these files to some format (*avi??) so that I can then convert to DivX. Then I can put 6 or 7 films on a DVD disc
What I am saying is that a BIN/CUE is just a disc image. It could contain anything. If once burnt it plays on a standard DVD player, then as I said it would be an (X)(S)VCD.
Use something like VCDGear to extract the video as an mpg. Then you can convert the same as a regular mpg*.
* (X)SVCD's use MPEG-2.
Extract the MPEG from the BIN with VCDGEAR
CUE/BIN > MPEG
Convert to AVI with AutoGordianKnot
select the output size (e.g.1 CD).
Takes a while to convert to AVI, but the quality is good.
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