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Old 01-04-2005, 07:06 PM   #1
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extract mpeg???

what do I need to extract the mpeg from a bin file as in from a bin/cue as in a cd image in m$ isobuster can be used is there a linux tool for this??
Old 01-05-2005, 02:33 AM   #2
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You can mount Goldenhawk-type CD images (.cue/.bin) using cdemu, or you could convert it to a regular ISO9660 CD image using binchunk and then mount the image using regular loopback mount (something like mount -t iso9660 -o loop,ro ~/tmp/mycdimage.iso /mnt/cdimages).

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not sure Im following that....BUT here is what Im trying to do...have several .bin/cue files rather than use a cd for each I want to extract the mpeg from each so I can put multiple mpegs on a dvd
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Once You Mount the Image, You can access the files

So, what you can do is mount all of the .cue/.bin file pairs as drives and then copy the mpeg files to a single folded ( make sure you rename each file after you copy it so you don't overwrite it with the next file ), and then user a cd/dvd burning utility to put all of the files onto a single DVD. Make sense? If the multiple files all belong to the same movie, then you could also add an extra step if combining the files and then burning them to DVD.
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Or you could just burn the bin/cue pairs to your dvd and forget about extracting the mpeg. MPlayer can play bin files directly.


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