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Thread: Playing Bin/cue Vcds On A Hardware Dvd Player?

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    Ive downloaded the three Bin/Cue/nFo's for the Matrix Reloaded TS Centropy. I know how to burn them and all that. But would they play on a regular hardware DVD player that plays VCD/SVCD? (Such as: My Apex 1100W)

    Or do I have to extract the MPEG1 or 2 files from the Bins, and then burn a regular (s)VCD?

  2. Movies & TV   -   #2
    You can directly burn from the .cue-file :No extraction is nescesary !
    Personaly I would wait for a good DivX-rip.

  3. Movies & TV   -   #3
    Yes, but when I do burn the Cue/Bin files onto a CDR, will that CDR play the movie on my hardware DVD player on my TV?

    In other words, can DVD players, such as my Apex, that play VCD/SVCD, play VCD/SVCD's that are burned inside Cues/Bins?

  4. Movies & TV   -   #4
    Originally posted by awfullwaffle919@20 June 2003 - 22:34
    Yes, but when I do burn the Cue/Bin files onto a CDR, will that CDR play the movie on my hardware DVD player on my TV?

    In other words, can DVD players, such as my Apex, that play VCD/SVCD, play VCD/SVCD's that are burned inside Cues/Bins?
    Some dvd players will play the bin files,you'll just have to burn one and see if it works.

  5. Movies & TV   -   #5
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    The chances are if your dvd player plays vcd and svcd that it is going to work, and whats 10p for a blank disc to test it and see if it works. I don't think its going to break the budget too much.

  6. Movies & TV   -   #6
    Originally posted by awfullwaffle919@20 June 2003 - 13:34
    In other words, can DVD players, such as my Apex, that play VCD/SVCD, play VCD/SVCD's that are burned inside Cues/Bins?
    yes. bin/cue's are just a collection of files that have been prepared for cd-burning. the files are not changed by the preparation.

  7. Movies & TV   -   #7
    Thanks guys, I tested it on a CD-RW (i got from a friend, all i had were CDRs) and it worked on my DVD player just fine

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