It's fine if the game has only one audio track and that audio track is not used during actual gameplay.Originally posted by archiver@May 24 2002,20:35
Binchunker's also great for adding 2 extra seconds to audio tracks, which can make some cut scenes out of sync, or music start too late.
A .bin/.cue is the next best thing to the real game, making an iso+mp3 rip from one defeats the purpose.
If you have a .bin/.cue, just use CDRWin. If you don't have a copy, I think you can still download a demo and be limited to a slow burn speed (which is what is best/recommended anyways).