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    i have downloaded a movie for my daughter but when i got it it was a bin file and i tried to use convertxtodvd but it would not except it so can someone tell me how i can changed it into a decent format that i can burn

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    A program like MagicISO will mount the image for you, or burn it to a CD

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    Any disc authoring program should be able to burn the .bin to a CD/DVD. I usually use Nero. If the file size is ~700mb, it's most likely a VCD and you will have to burn that to a CD. Otherwise, you can probably burn to a DVD.

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    yes, usually when you download a .bin/.cue file, then that means its an image file. So in nero all you do is choose the option burn an iso and find you .cue file

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    The easy way is to use nero vision express and just drop in the bin file then burn it to dvd.

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    UltraISO Premium Edition is a good one to.

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    extract it using winiso

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    While the above posts are all valid, maybe the poster doesn't know what a .bin file is.

    A .bin file is an image type file. Most burning software can burn an image onto disc.
    The disc created will be a VCD(video compact disc)
    or a SVCD(super video compact disc). A VCD is made with an MPEG 1 video file
    and a SVCD is made with an MPEG 2 video file.

    You can also "extract" the Mpeg 1 or Mpeg 2 video file from within the VCD/SVCD.

    If you extract the video files you can then author the MPEG 1(or MPEG 2) file into
    DVD format. But this is really only necessary if your DVD player cannot playback VCD/SVCDs.

    Hope that helps you understand better.

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