How do you burn a .bin file without a cue sheet?

Mike G

New Member
Do you know if the game has any audio tracks? If you're certain that it doesn't, you can burn it with a cue sheet like this (obviously, you should change GAME.BIN to the real file name):

FILE GAME.BIN BINARY

TRACK 01 MODE1/2352

INDEX 01 00:00:00

Cut and paste into Notepad, save the file with the extension .cue, and Bob's your uncle.

If the game *does* have audio tracks, however, there's no way you'll be able to burn it properly without the real cue sheet as this describes where one track ends and the next begins. You'll need to find out this information one way or another.

Mike
 

mal

Member
I think you can use CDMage to extract all the tracks from a .bin and then burn as if you've got an iso and wavs.

It's a feature I haven't tried yet though...

(Edited by mal at 8:54 am on Jan. 17, 2002)
 

Supergrom

Member
ive done it with binchunker, and it worked fine, but ummm, i guess you need a cue sheet to do anything with binchunker, so yeah, i would suggest cdmage.
 

mal

Member
I've looked a bit further into this.

You can use CDMage to try to separate the data from the audio in a bin.

I experimented with a CD with several audio tracks.

With the brief play I had, all I could get was one iso and one large audio track. It may be possible to get individual audio tracks but I couldn't see how.

You could chop up the large audio track with audio editing software.

Maybe.
 
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