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Old 03-27-2006, 08:09 PM   #1
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Default CUE or BIN converting program?

I have a BIN or a CUE file that I want to convert to a windows media file. Is there a program that I can download for that?

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Old 03-27-2006, 08:29 PM   #2
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Default Re: CUE or BIN converting program?

Actually, i dont think the actual video is a bin or cue file. If im understanding this right , you have a video and its a cur or bin file. Well all you have to do is use isobuster to extract the files and then it should be a windows media file.
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Default Re: CUE or BIN converting program?

Isobuster is a recovery program. ???

Here's a screenshot of the 2 files that I need to convert:
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Default Re: CUE or BIN converting program?

download vlc media player, it can play cue and bin files
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Old 03-27-2006, 09:00 PM   #5
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download winiso. It's very good and it very simple to use.
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Old 03-27-2006, 09:02 PM   #6
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Default Re: CUE or BIN converting program?

Well, to extract it which is very easy. Just download isobuster it can open almost any file you throw at it. Ok here is a screen shot i have a bin file on the right drag it to isobuster then simply all you do is hit ctr a, to select all the files and drag to ur desktop a new folder is made with the extracted objects. Hope that helps man..

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Default Re: CUE or BIN converting program?

its all good, downloaded nero and burned it...plays on the dvd player.
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omg warez!!

If u don't want to burn them to a cd u could just get daemon tools and then mount the .cue file. Then it will appear to the computer as u would have put a cd (which contains the movie) inside the cd/dvd drive and u can watch it.
This way u don't need to burn it, instead u just keep them on the hdd.
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