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    When unzipping Avid DV Express 3.5 it says that I should burn the image to disk. But there is only a .BIN file and Nero needs a .Cue file, right? So where is it? Can I make one myself or am I doing something stupid here?

    Thanks!

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    Personaly I always use cdrwin to burn images. Norton messes with images
    Plus cdrwin sometimes doesn't need cue files.

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    Originally posted by leonidas@30 October 2003 - 16:33
    Personaly I always use cdrwin to burn images. Norton messes with images
    You mean Nero, I suppose... . But thanks anyway for the reply but I made a .CUE file myself. It actually is very easy. And it works!

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    Otherewise you could always use Bin2Iso. It converts a.bin file to an .iso file so it can be burned as an iso image.
    more info and download on http://users.andara.com/~doiron/bin2iso/
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    why is their so much mis-information about bin & cues?
    you don't have to convert it to iso
    you don't have to even have a cue, and if you really want one, its a notepad file, just copy any other cue and replace the name of the bin, or just load the bin and choose raw data
    fight the ignorance on bin/cue's

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    Originally posted by muchspl2@30 October 2003 - 20:54
    why is their so much mis-information about bin & cues?
    you don't have to convert it to iso
    I don't agree with your opinion but I do agree with your tips.
    I was simply pointing out at another option if the .cue is missing. If there are more options to someone's question/problem, then it is nice to know them so you can see for yourself which one to use or which one does the work for you.
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    well correct me if I'm wrong
    if you convert it to iso, doesn't it make 2 files instead of 1
    if you extract it (winiso-isobuster) don't you make another file(just as big) that you then have to load
    I think the best way is daemon tools, but if you have to burn, no point to convert if you can just burn without any excess crap (common miss information)

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    Nope, I used Bin2Iso for Halo cause of missing the .cue. It converted it into 1 ISO file. I burned that with Nero and the game works well.
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