.bin cam movies?

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how do i play .bin cam movies? i tried usen stuffit and opening it, but i always get an error type message? i read somewhere that i can burn them on disc, but id rather not do that because my supply of cds are low for a while, and i would run out burning them all. any suggestions as to how to bypass burning or whatever? thanx for any replies i may get.
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The .cue / .bin format developed by Jeff Arnold for CDRWIN can encode CD Image formats in either 2048 or 2324 bytes per sector. The .bin file is a BINary copy of an entire CD/DVD disc. The BIN file contains all the data stored on the original disc including not only its files and folders but also its system-specifics information, for example, bootable information, volume, volume attributes and any other system-specific data. BIN files are usually bigger than .iso files because in contrast to .iso files they are not a bit for bit copy of the entire CD/DVD.

Dude - you need to get off the porn sites.
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its not porn! its some POT Cam movies from my tech class. some of the students have been getting into making Divx movies, but some are in the .bin format with the .cue file. so i have to burn them to a disc is what youre saying tho?
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My apologies for assuming. All searches led to porn sites. As best I can tell from my brief readings, It should be somewhat similar to an ISO. Not sure. Best thing you could do is try the burn on one disc and see if it works. If not, wait for more/better suggestions than mine. I've never done anything with bin files so just going from the brief stuff I could find. Hope that helps
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thats ok. seein as how porn does make up a huge portion of the internet now-a-days. i just chattted with my friends. he said to treat it as a .ISO and mount it. i was treating as a .ZIP or .RAR and trying to unarchive it. two totally different processes. i feel like an idiot kinda right now, doing something totally off. but thanks for your help, anyways.
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Hopefully we'll al learn from it. Let us kow how it turns out.
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I do this often, although not for porn purposes :wink: .

Here's what I do. For starters I use ISOBuster (http://www.download.com/3000-2248-10208087.html) to open the bin image. Just run the program, select file -> open and under file type select .bin. You'll see your bin file, open it. All the files located in the bin will appear. If its a video and made for dvd's, the actual video file will be located in the MPEGAV folder. You'll see either a mpeg or .dat file in there, either is ok. Select it and extract it to whatever folder you want. If its an mpeg file, bingo, you're done. If its a .dat file, just rename the extension to .mpeg and it will load (.dat is just a compressed version of .mpeg). So it all lies within ISOBuster, get your hands on that and the rest is apple pie.
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ok, i had isobuster setup file, i just forgot about it. i had StuffIt!, which said it handled .bin files. but it didnt. but i used IsoBuster and all. at first i was just extracting all of the files and stuff. i found the folders and .dat's and all. and then i found i could"save as track", so i did that instead, i wish i would have read your post before, spent a whilet tryna figure out where the movie was, lol. but again, thanks both of you.. though your help was pretty much too late for me to use, it is still greatly appreciated.
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When I still used Windows, I used Daemon Tools: http://www.daemon-tools.cc/dtcc/portal/index.php

It's basically a CD/DVD Emulator, it takes your image files and mounts it to a drive.

It has a nice plugin that integrates with Explorer so whenever you have a .iso or .bin file you can right click it and mount it with the program.
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Yep, I do the same thing with Alcohol 120%.
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Xel02 wrote:
When I still used Windows, I used Daemon Tools: http://www.daemon-tools.cc/dtcc/portal/index.php

It's basically a CD/DVD Emulator, it takes your image files and mounts it to a drive.

It has a nice plugin that integrates with Explorer so whenever you have a .iso or .bin file you can right click it and mount it with the program.


I'm going to second that. Daemon tools rocks
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I didn't read most of the threads, but I know how to read them not using CDs. Install Alcohol 120%. You can get it at http://www.download.com (30-day trial though). It will create you a virtual CD-ROM. Then you mount your .bin (you gonna have to have a .cue file) to your virtual CD and all done. Use it as an actual CD.
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well, i can play my bin file with BS player - nobody seem to know it - everybody said the must burn into cds then only can play the movies

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