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Thread: Can U Convert Cues Into Avis Or Mpgs ?

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    ok got charlies angels 2 but its in cues i wanted to try put it onto dvd but was wondering if i can convert the cues so that i can do this ?

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    open it up with winiso or sum it like that then u should be able to see the avsqi of wot ever it is then just convert that to dvd
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    nice one m8 i will give it a go




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    ok looks like that will work,but how can i join the 2 parts of the film together b4 i burn it if they in cue format ?

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    i got the same problem but im trying to use deamon tools does anyone know how to do it?

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    First of all, the cue format isn't the movie file, it's just a file that tells your burning program how to burn the bin files. You should have bin files with the same name that contain the actual movie.

    Second, to extract video from a bin file, use a program like ISOBuster, or Win ISO, and it will let you extract the mpg file from the bin file.

    And last, to join up the parts into one mpg file, use a program like VirtualDub to join them.

    For complete instructions on how to do this, check out:

    http://www.dvdrhelp.com

    It's actually really easy once you get the hang of it.

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    Also if you have two bins the movie won't fit on to one CD-R even if you extract the .mpg.

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    Originally posted by callum@4 July 2003 - 11:21
    Also if you have two bins the movie won't fit on to one CD-R even if you extract the .mpg.
    Good point.

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    thanks for the help i will go try it



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