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Playing BIN/CUE file with WinDVD 5

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  1. Jark

    Jark Member

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    Hi,

    I'm new to this, so I apologize in advance if this is the wrong area for my post.

    * I burned a BIN/CUE image file with Nero
    * To my amazement it worked
    * I am using WinDVD 5 player for playback
    * It works amazingly well, considering I have a 300MHZ Pentium 2 dinosaur.

    My problem:

    By the time I reach Chapter 9, I have seen 39 minutes of the movie, and that is all that I can see.

    Am I suppose to click on some button to view the rest? (The BIN file is over 800 MEGS), or is it possible that even though the file is 800 MEGS, I still don't have the full movie for some reason?

    I am at a LOSS. I appreciate any help. This forum is the best !!!

    Jark
     
  2. ken760ca

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    Sounds like you didnt download the other disc. Most of them have cd1 and cd2 and some even have cd3.
     
  3. Jark

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    Thanks,

    The more I think about it, the more I think you are right. I burned the bin/cue several times with diff programs ending up with exactly the same results.

    I'll have to find the other files. Thanks.

    Jark
     
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    Where did u get the bin/cue?
     
  5. Jark

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    Found the bin/cue with the help of e-mule, on one of the servers there. Sorry, new a little to this, but it was from one of the many servers you can download from.

    And I used e-mule. I checked actually, and it did have I think CD1 as part of the title. It was the first one I ever downloaded so I wasn't sure waht to look for....
     
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    A ok then, understood :)
     
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    I'm glad to have been an assitance.
     
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    wish there was more assistance around, this forum can be more than a handful for all its regulars!
     
  9. Jark

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    I thank everyone again for all their help.

    On a complete other note, is there a sure fire way to make a cue file that will work. I have never attempted, and was wondering if there was a way that I could try without having to work on this for days.

    Even what to make sure has to be in the cue file, what not to forget, or god forbid, a program that could automatically construct one for me.

    Ah yes, I am a dreamer. :)

    Again, any help appreciated...

    Jark
     
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    go to the cd-r forum and go to the frequently ask questions for bincue, its on that, number 3 if i remember correctly!
     

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