converting .bin and .cue files to avi

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  1. BlaqueMan

    BlaqueMan New Member

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    converting .bin and .cue files to avi

    can it be done? can toast do it?
     
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    kamikaze Active Member

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    funny, i was just wondering the same thing...

    I know that UltraISO for windows can do eet
     
  3. xenon supra

    xenon supra OT Supporter

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    VLC media can play bin files, thats what i do.
     
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    dorkultra OT's resident crohns dude OT Supporter

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    i just downloaded batteries not included and it's in bin cue format. vlc plays it fine. i'll just stick with that

    winiso opens it up and it appears to be in vcd format, sucks cause thats like vhs quality
     
  5. BlaqueMan

    BlaqueMan New Member

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    i know how to play them, i just need to know how to convert them so that they work of conventional dvd players.

    if i leave them in .bin VCD format they only work on slect dvd players
     
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    hurleyint1386 Someone has sand in their vagina

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    if you dont mind converting them to mp4 files, use iSquint
     
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    can i burn mp4 onto a DVD-R?

    will it play on a dvd player?
     
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    hurleyint1386 Someone has sand in their vagina

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    thats a good question. ive never tried. anyone know?
     
  9. xenon supra

    xenon supra OT Supporter

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    yeah, iDVD will do that.

    its called "one-step DVD from movie"

    open iDVD

    then file --> one step dvd from movie
     
  10. BlaqueMan

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    whenever i try that, it always tell me that i cant burn dual layer dvds or something like that
     
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    You can also use ffmpegX to convert any format to mpeg2 which will allow you to burn to a DVD that will play on a normal DVD player...
     

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