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multiple .bin files to DVD with menu?

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by JJJ99, Sep 30, 2004.

  1. JJJ99

    JJJ99 Member

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    Hey how's it going,
    I'm wondering if it's possible to burn 3 .bin files to a DVD-R.. I only ask because each .bin file is 824mb in size so CDR is not really the way I'd like to go. I don't have much experience burning DVDs so I'm just looking to see if it's possible or if it's not is there another way I can maybe combine the .bin files to one large file? Thanks for any help, it's really appreciated.
     
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    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    Are the bins video files or software?
     
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    Should've mentioned that.. sorry.

    They are video files, no .cue but I think I can just create it with notepad (?).
     
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    **bump**
     
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    You can extract straight from just the .bin file w/ something like ISObuster.

    http://www.videohelp.com/forum/userguides/141726.php#svcdbin

    When you've got your mpg file the next thing is to encode each mpg to MPEG2 (DVD Complaint , so correct screen resolution & 48kHz audio).

    Then it's time for TMPGEnc DVD Author :c)

    edit: I forgot to mention that in pictorial guide they're opening image from disc but if you hit the folder button you can browse your HDD and open from there ...
    No need for a cue maker although the one Neph said is good & I have MakeCue myself but they're quite defunct really ... unless it's a game image perhaps (lol)

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    Aye, herbs saves the day :)

    I don't hardly mess with bin/cue so I really shouldn't chime in on these one :p
     
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    Hey nephilim/herbsman, I took both suggestions into consideration and decided to follow herbsman's idea (thanks nephilim regardless, any help is appreciated). This is my first time on afterdawn.com and I just want to thank all the users/mods for the great guides that are supplied, really is amazing how much is here... I'll be sure to make the most of em.

    Cheers
     
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    Wise move! lol!

    Glad you're enjoying yourself here so don't be a stranger :)
     

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