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Burning .bin files without the cue file

Q: Burning .bin files without the cue file

Hi,

I'd like to know if someone can help me with the following problem. I have serveral movie files with the extension *.bin they came with a *.cue file and i use CDRWIN 3.9d to burn them and it workes fine.
Although some files are above 800 mb i can burn them on a 80 min blanc cdr.
I have also some files DL that didn't came with the *.cue file
Now my question is can you make the *.cue file if you have only the *.bin file?
Or is there some other way to get these movie's on a cd just like all the other .bin files that came with the *.cue files?

I realy need some help becouse my 120 GB harddrive s running out of data for me !

I realy like too BURN them all !!!!



tnx for helping
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Hi and welcome to SevenForums,
How exactly are you adding these images to cd ?
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You are perhaps not using the software properly. I faced a similar problem earlier. Just follow the instructions properly, you will able to do it.

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A:burning vob. bup files

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/burning-a-bin-file-to-cd.436313/
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A:Burning MPG files in DVD using NERO 6.6

antrod said:

I have quite a few files in my HD that I have capture directly from a satelite receiver using the ATI All-in-wonder RADEON 7500 card. The format is MPG and I have no problem playing these MPG files directly from my pc HD. I would like to burn them into DVD (using NERO 6.6 perferbably). Do I have to convert these MPG into MPEG2 first.? What is the diference between MPG and MPEG? I have read (including Mulder's guide- which is fantastic to newbies like mysef) and searched the subject but no luck so far.Click to expand...

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Happy holidays and welcome to TSF.

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A:Problem burning *.bin and *.cue files

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This is my first time working with wma's and mp3 files I would like to know how to burn the files to a CD-R as well as the text information Thanks in advance
 

A:burning wma files to CD-R with text

Well, there are 2 ways that you can do this:

1) Burn the CD as a data CD. This will just place the wma and mp3 files on a CD that can be read by most computers and some DVD players.

or

2) Burn the CD as a music CD. Most CD writers (like Nero) will convert mp3 and wma files into music CD files that can be played on most CD players. The downside to this is that the files are burned as annonymous(sp?), so the text information will be discarded.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/burning-wma-files-to-cd-r-with-text.149377/
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Is there a recommended product to burn data to cd/DVD? I'm looking for something that once setup, I can have a shortcut on my desktop that when I double click, it burn all the files in a folder to a new cd/DVD without any prompts? I have files in a folder that I need to routinely burn to cd and I want this routine task to be as simple as possible. It needs to burn the files to the disc and not a backup archive. The files need to be read from the disc.

Thanks

A:One click cd burning files

If there are hundreds of small files in the folder, like in a source code tree, burning while creating the image on the fly can cause buffer under run even with burn proof enabled. In that case what I do is create an .iso image first. Then burn the image with Imgburn. You can use Imgburn to create the image or some other ISO utility such as Folder2Iso, ISO Buster etc..

If there are only a few files then just use Imgburn "build mode" (or the icon at top right that says "burn files/folders to disc".)

The nice thing about Imgburn is it will usually select the correct file system type and ask you if you want to use it.

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Hi there
iam using nero 8 ultra
i have films i want to burn as a dvd that most stand alone dvd players would play
but i am not sure at all how to do this .

i managed to do one but it only picks it upon the dvd player on the PC and not the other ones . the other ones usually pick back-up / copies dvds
please help
 

A:help burning to dvd from avi and other video files

Does the process of using Nero Vision seem to go right through without any problems or errors or warnings? You could try transcoding the files ahead of time to DVD-compatible MPEG-2 files and try burning at a slower speed on Verbatim DVD discs and see if that helps.
You could also download DVDFlick (www.dvdflick.net) and see if that program suceeds at the task as a troubleshooter for Nero. Or you might like DVDFlick so much better you use that all the time instead if it does work.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/help-burning-to-dvd-from-avi-and-other-video-files.738429/
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I am trying to figure out why this happens. When and only when I am burning 700 meg size movie files...(mpgs and avi....usually 4 or 5 files to a Dvd+ 16 speed blank Sony dvd from my 16 speed NEC Dvd burner drive) ..some of them seem to disappear after the burn. When I do data files, the burner works fine. The discs are good and they work fine, but after using 4 different burning programs, this still occurs. Any ideas what I can do?

thanks!
 

A:Files disappear after burning to DVD

*bump* next day
 

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Hey there

I recently have been trying to create a Customized DVD (customized background for menu etc..)

I had to make all my files to MPG which made them huge (like 1.4 gigs each).. and I have over 50+ files I wanna put on this CD (A full season of a cartoon).

I can only put like 2 on at a time and that would be painful giving my son 100 cds... Is here anyway I can keep it to AVI format, get my customized menu screen? AVI is only like 200mb of each movie.

thanks

Geoff
 

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There are so many beautiful midi files out there that I would like to burn to CD and play on regular cd player audio equipment. Is that possible??
 

A:Burning Midi files

See here :

http://www.classicalarchives.com/faq_recording.html

Also for further utilities should you need them see here :

http://www.audiotools.co.uk
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/burning-midi-files.128691/
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Hey all --

I'm wondering. I have a bunch of ripped CDs on my computer for a class I'm taking (Rock and Roll History..WOO!)

Anyway, these CDs are taking up a LOT of room on my laptop, and I'd like to just burn them all and be done with it. What I'm wondering is, can MP3 files be burned to a blank DVD, or do I have to use a blank CD?

Dumb question, probably -- but I am really curious. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks in advance!

A:Burning Mp3 Files To A Dvd -- Possible Or Impossible?

You can burn MP3s to a DVD as a DVD data disk, sure. The question is what are you going to be playing it back on? It won't work on a regular CD audio player, it probably wouldn't work on a CD player with MP3 playback unless it states specifically that it will read DVD media. Most set-top DVD players will play MP3, I believe they'll do it from a DVD disk. And computers will also play them back fine provided they have a DVD-ROM drive.

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/109920/burning-mp3-files-to-a-dvd-possible-or-impossible/
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I have just ordered some Stop Smoking downloads for my daughter. There are three separate files. I burned one file to a cd. I went through the process for burning a second file to the same cd, and it looked like everything was working just as with the first file, but when I then opened the cd, only the first file was on it.

So, I am wondering if there is a way to burn one file to a cd and then to burn another file to the same cd?

In passing, when I used iTunes to burn some songs to a cd, but left plenty of room on the cd, and I try to use iTunes to burn additional songs to the same cd, I get a error message that I need to insert a blank cd, which makes me wonder if there just isn't a way to do what I want to do.

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A:Burning Multiple Files To A Cd

When you want to burn to a CD at seperate times, and not all at the same time, you need to use the multi-session option, otherwise after the burnig session is completed, the software will "close" the CD, making it impossible to add to it.

What software do you use, to burn with?

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hey all,

Does anyone know of any CD burning programs for the PC that can read SDII files?

Thanks.

Best,

Gurnett
 

A:Burning SDII files

Do you mean Safedisk II copy protection?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/burning-sdii-files.292729/
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Hi everybody,

I have some home movies that I want to burn on a CD. I have edited them using Adobe Premiere Elements 2 and exported them as mpeg files, NTSC VCD
Then I used Nero Express OEM to burn the CD (this is the first time I am burning movies)
It all seemed to happen normally, that is it wrote and verified, no errors.
Then, when I tried to view the movies, nothing happened. I browsed the CD and saw a variety of folders with all kind of files. These are the folders:
CDI
EXT
MPEGAV
SEGMENT
VCD

In short I can't play the movies on any CD or DVD player, on any computer. Am I doing something wrong?

All I want is to be able to view movies on a computer and/or a CD or DVD player. Can somebody give me some clues as to how I can proceed

Thanking you in advance
Hrisula
 

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A lot of people would know about this but some probably don`t. So to help those who don`t the following is the easy way to add files for burning in Nero Vision 4.

Click on the first file hold down the shift key and click on the last file you want and add them. Then one doesn`t have to highlight each file. Easy eh! Live and learn
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/dvd-burning-adding-files-for.685480/
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hey guys i hope this is the right section to post.

how and ever. .

i just purchased a beand new packardbell pc
which is running windows 7 64 bit..
i am now having problems burning cue files..

nero wont work.

nor will burrrn i get different errors for both programs.

can anyone point me in the direction of a program which could help me?

or atleast have any advice on the matter?

thanks in advance!

A:Problems burning cue bin files.

look at this.

Cue Files Burning Tutorial

http://www.sevenforums.com/software/74920-problems-burning-cue-bin-files.html
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Is there any good free software that burns CD's with Isofiles.
I tryed Iso magic but is has 300mb limit. I there any free software
that does not have this limitation?
Thank you,
 

A:Burning CD's with Iso Files Software

There's lots, and pretty much any CD\DVD burning software also includes it as a standard feature.

For standalone programs, ISO Recorder is one the simplest and best in my opinion: http://alexfeinman.com/isorecorder.htm

Or ISO Burner: http://www.freeisoburner.com/
 

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When I log on to the computer (Win XP Home) files randomly are added to the CD Burning utility, that is, Windows shows the pop-up button near the clock that says I have files waiting to be burned to CD. Is this an internal error or something that I may have clicked in error?
The first time, I ignored it and clicked out of the window, the second time it happened I physically moved the file somewhere else. Is there a change available for use?
 

A:Files randomly sent to CD Burning

Read the following knowledge base excerpt and see if applies to the problem you are having.
SYMPTOMS
After you copy music files to a recordable compact disc (CD-R) or to a rewritable compact disc (CD-RW) in Microsoft Windows XP, you find that these files still appear in the CD recorder drive folder in My Computer. The files are not cleared from the temporary storage area.

CAUSE
This problem occurs because Windows Media Player does not clear the temporary storage area. Windows XP uses Windows Media Player to record music files.
WORKAROUND
To work around this problem, follow these steps to manually delete the files from the temporary storage area:1. Double-click My Computer, and then double-click the CD recorder drive.

Windows displays a temporary storage area where files are held before they are copied to the CD. Files or folders located in the temporary storage area are listed under Files Ready to Be Written to the CD.
2. Under CD Writing Tasks, click Delete temporary files.
Note When you delete the contents of the temporary storage area, you make this area available for another set of files and folders that you want to copy to the CD. The files are not deleted from their original location on your computer or from the CD.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/files-randomly-sent-to-cd-burning.649254/
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I searched for this topic and there was none this specific.

I am burning video, audio, and picture files into CD-R, but all i am getting is errors stating: "This CD may no longer be usable..." I don't agree with that statement at all considering all other, similar, files were somehow burned onto a CD-R but this one is not working. I don't understand why.

I thought it might be one cd, so i switched to a different one, and same problem. I have tried at least 10+ cd trying to burn files but it's not working and i am getting same error message. I even tried burning different files from different folder (vids, photos, and audio files) and it worked, but not this one.

Can someone please help me? I am just so frustrated right now and i don't know what to do.

Thank you!

A:CD burner not burning files.....

This sounds like a hardware issue. Have you tried going to the CD drive manufacturers website to see if there's a firmware update? If there is one, install it. If not, you might need to replace the drive. I had one doing similar stuff a while back and ended up replacing it. CD/DVD burners are cheap these days. Being this close to Christmas, you can probably get a steal of a deal.

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/cd-burner-not-burning-files-536656.html