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Burning BIN file without a cue sheet

Discussion in 'General Tech Help & CD Burning Help' started by Fabrizo, Mar 27, 2002.

  1. Fabrizo

    Fabrizo New Member

    I downloaded a game off of one of the FTP's a couple days ago and I just found out after unziping it that it was a single bin file, and did not include a cue sheet. How would I burn this file without one, or is their a way to make a cue sheet from scratch for it?
     
  2. Dyne

    Dyne New Member

    id imagine you could binchunk it. splitting it into the iso and wavs and then using ezcd to burn.
     
  3. archiver

    archiver New Member

    What game/system is it?
     
  4. Fabrizo

    Fabrizo New Member

    Its for the Saturn.
     
  5. SegaSaturnDDR

    SegaSaturnDDR New Member

    i could be wrong, but i think if it has audio and data within it, you need that cuesheet, cause without that even binchunker doesnt know where the data/audio tracks end within the file.
     
  6. mal

    mal Member

    What you could do is open the bin with CDMage and getting it to auto detect the contents. I haven't got any bins on my PC at the moment, so I can't tell you exactly how it's done...

    It's not a great solution, but you could end up with a data track and one big audio track that you could slice up later with a sound editing program.

    Which game is it?

    It could also be that someone extracted just the data track from a CD using CDRWin. You end up with a bin file if you do that. Attempting to open it with CDmage would tell you if that's the case.
     

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