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Old Feb 27th, 2008, 04:48 PM   #1
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HeyMac! Can anyone tell me how to convert a .bin/.cue video/movie file to an .iso disk image containing a Video TS folder? I have Toast and VisualHub, and the tips I have gotten from Googling are useless. Regards, Oddsbodkin
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Old Feb 27th, 2008, 05:05 PM   #2
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Utilities>>Mount Disk Image
Select BinCue file
That should do it, or drag and drop it into one of Toasts windows.
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Old Feb 27th, 2008, 05:09 PM   #3
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I wish. Thanks, but I have tried that, and all I end up with is the burned contents of the BinCue. No movie.
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bin/cue is usually a CD image format, and of course Video TS is normally only part of a DVD's file structure. Are you sure the bin/cue image does actually contain the DVD format?

However, I've also been stumped with any kind of conversions of bin/cue images on the Mac. If you have an intel machine, and you're able to run Windows on it, try some of the available PC apps on your image. Worthy of a look are UltraISO, MagicISO and Daemon Tools, among others.

Unfortunately, I've never found anything for the Mac that rivals those apps.
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Bin/Cue files

This is what I have used. Works great !
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Old Feb 28th, 2008, 01:52 PM   #6
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Toast worked fine for me on the rare occasions where I've had a bin/cue setup. Check your manual.
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