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Discussion in 'Computer Software and Operating Systems' started by Elisa_, Apr 19, 2008.
What program/source do I use to burn .cue images into DVD-R?
just use ImgBurn ... ImgBurn burns every damn thing ...
There will be a 'bin file with that 'cue file ... a 'cue on it's own won't do much ...
Thanks, hope ImgBurn works with Linux (Oh crap, forgot to mention this)
yeah ... I'm pretty sure it does ...
Any Burner should handle it, even the built-in GNOME ones...
In fact, use GNOMEBaker. It's like Nero...
Hmm, When I go to Tools > DVD Image, I import the .cue and .bin and it says: "This is not an image
file wtf mang +]"
It might be other than actual dvd format.
It might be a cd image (not sure if that is even relevant).
You might not have 100% of the image. how you obtained the files might matter. The drive you are attempting to read it from might not be up to the task. The drive you are attempting to burn it with might also not be up to it.
If Imageburn is stymied though you sure have a problem.
Have you altered the file name in any fashion? I have sometimes gotten too clever for my own good renaming a file, only to have to undo the name change because I had mangled something in the process. And your result happened.
Make sure the .cue files and the .bin files are together. The .cue is the "instructions" of where the data is.
The .bin file contains the actual data.
bin+cue = CD
You cannot burn it directly to a dvd, if you want to do that, youll have to extract files from the image.