Isos : What's cue/ccd? + Convert img to bin +

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  1. Asia81
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    Asia81 In my Ecchi World <3

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    I downloaded some isos around the web, and I have some files.

    - Xena Warrior Princess.bin
    - Xena Warrior Princess.cue

    What's cue? Can I safely delete it?

    Spyro the Dragon 1.ccd
    Spyro the Dragon 1.cue
    Spyro the Dragon 1.img
    Spyro the Dragon 1.sub

    What's ccd/cue? Can I safely delete it?
    How to have .sub and.iso in 1 file, then convert to .bin ?

    - Spyro the Dragon 3.ccd
    - Spyro the Dragon 3.img
    - Spyro the Dragon 3.sub

    What's ccd? Can I safely delete it?
    How to have .sub and.iso in 1 file, then convert to .bin ?
     
  2. Armadillo

    Armadillo GBAtemp Psycho!

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    .cue contains the track info for the game.
    .ccd and .sub are made by clone cd. .ccd is the track info (I think) and .sub is the sub channel data. Needed to not trigger the anti-piracy on certain games.

    You can't delete them, needs that info. Most burning programs/virtual drives will let you burn/mount correctly by selecting the .cue/.ccd.
     
  3. slaphappygamer

    slaphappygamer GBAtemp Maniac

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    Alcohol120% was THE program to use, back in the day. It'll convert most disk images to iso.
     
  4. ned

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    Yeah the ps1 added libcrypt protection around the same time as the dual shock controller was added, there's a ton of ppf patches so you can run them without subchannel data.
     
    Last edited by ned, Aug 13, 2016