CD & DVD bin/cue

gordy230

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does anyone know how to put bin cue on to dvd the only way i know is to use cdrwin then on to 700mb then transfer to dvd to long winded does anyone know a way round this please gordy
 

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VCDGear is a tool written to effortlessly extract MPEG streams from CD images, convert VideoCD files to MPEG, correct MPEG errors, create (Super)VideoCDs and more!. The first public release was back in late 1997 and ever since then,


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Some of the features you will find in VCDGear are:

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Cdr Or Mpeg File To Dvd

Hello Open Cue File With Daemon Tool Then Save Mpeg File To Any Folder ...then Download Dvd Auther And Dvd Cucusoft If You Do Not Have It ...then Open Mpeg File With Cucusoft You Can Then Turn 1.2.3.cdr Cd In To 1 Dvd File It Take About 1 Hour To Do This....then Use Dvd Auther To Chance Mpeg Files To Dvd Vob File ...all Done
 

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SVCD2DVD is good for this.

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It includes VCD Gear, so you can rip the Mpeg streams and use the resultant files as assets and convert them to DVD in about 5 minutes, and because it doesn't re-convert your files, it's easy to have multiple episodes or movies on one DVD with a selectable menu.
 
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