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  #11  
Old November 28th 03, 05:00 AM
smh
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Default Why bin/cue?

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Mike Richter (Lying Scum) wrote:

A BIN file is an ISO of, in your case, the original "Chief Architect"
software disc, and the CUE is its index file.


A small but critical point: A BIN file is an image - not an ISO.


Man, ain't you one smarty ass. Expert on all cdr matters?

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From: Mike Richter (Slimy Scum)
Subject: Easy CD Creator makes CD-Extra disc with
Date: 9/15/01 no track titles

Is there any way to make a CD-Extra disc and get the track
information on it?


If you want to do a true CD Extra, you have to comply with
the rules for CD Extra - which means TAO and no titles.

ECDC and anything else which complies with the standard will
comply with the standard.

I know that's hard to accept, but try - real hard.
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  #12  
Old November 28th 03, 06:55 AM
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Default Why bin/cue?

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Mike Richter, were you born with
"Scam Artist" emblazoned on your face?
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(Mike Richter, any Material Connection w/ Roxio?)

http://groups.google.com/groups?selm...mindspring.com
(Messages 10, 12 -- 34, 54 -- 69)

( No pipsqueaks have been able to prove ANY of the above is a libel )
( -- despite Mikey's supposed to have proof of misquotes! )


Mike Richter (Lying Scum) wrote:

A BIN file is an ISO of, in your case, the original "Chief Architect"
software disc, and the CUE is its index file.


A small but critical point: A BIN file is an image - not an ISO.


Man, ain't you one smarty ass. Expert on all cdr matters?

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From: Mike Richter (Slimy Scum)
Date: 6/29/01

CD Extra, in which there is a single session
with tracks of both types
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No friggin' ****, Mikey
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  #13  
Old November 28th 03, 06:55 AM
smh
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Default Why bin/cue?

.. --------------------------------------
Mike Richter, were you born with
"Scam Artist" emblazoned on your face?
--------------------------------------
(Mike Richter, any Material Connection w/ Roxio?)

http://groups.google.com/groups?selm...mindspring.com
(Messages 10, 12 -- 34, 54 -- 69)

( No pipsqueaks have been able to prove ANY of the above is a libel )
( -- despite Mikey's supposed to have proof of misquotes! )


Mike Richter (Lying Scum) wrote:

A BIN file is an ISO of, in your case, the original "Chief Architect"
software disc, and the CUE is its index file.


A small but critical point: A BIN file is an image - not an ISO.


Man, ain't you one smarty ass. Expert on all cdr matters?

======================
From: Mike Richter (Slimy Scum)
Date: 6/29/01

CD Extra, in which there is a single session
with tracks of both types
======================

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No friggin' ****, Mikey
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  #14  
Old November 28th 03, 01:28 PM
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I think you will find that it can contain any sort of file you want ;-)

On Fri, 28 Nov 2003 13:20:47 +1300, London Midland & Scotland wrote:

ISO CAN'T CONTAIN WAV FILES, AUDIO TRACKS..


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Old November 28th 03, 01:28 PM
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I think you will find that it can contain any sort of file you want ;-)

On Fri, 28 Nov 2003 13:20:47 +1300, London Midland & Scotland wrote:

ISO CAN'T CONTAIN WAV FILES, AUDIO TRACKS..


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  #16  
Old November 28th 03, 09:14 PM
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London Midland & Scotland wrote:
On Thu, 27 Nov 2003 18:14:48 +0000, Vigil wrote:


Lies. An ISO is a direct copy of a disc. It doesn't matter what is on the
disc, and as such can be an image of any disc, including CD-audio and DVD.



Why post when you just do not have a clue..

ISO CAN'T CONTAIN WAV FILES, AUDIO TRACKS..


You two are in essential agreement - what may be called "violent
agreement" - though neither is altogether correct. The ISO 9660 standard
provides an image format (called an 'ISO' and often having an extension
of .ISO) which covers only properly formed data discs. The data stored
may be in any sort of file, including WAV. Since an audio track is not a
file, it cannot be included in an 'ISO'. There are other kinds of
information which can be on a disc but will not be imaged in an
'ISO'including the deliberately malformed structures used in 'copy
protection'.

Mike
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  #17  
Old November 28th 03, 09:14 PM
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London Midland & Scotland wrote:
On Thu, 27 Nov 2003 18:14:48 +0000, Vigil wrote:


Lies. An ISO is a direct copy of a disc. It doesn't matter what is on the
disc, and as such can be an image of any disc, including CD-audio and DVD.



Why post when you just do not have a clue..

ISO CAN'T CONTAIN WAV FILES, AUDIO TRACKS..


You two are in essential agreement - what may be called "violent
agreement" - though neither is altogether correct. The ISO 9660 standard
provides an image format (called an 'ISO' and often having an extension
of .ISO) which covers only properly formed data discs. The data stored
may be in any sort of file, including WAV. Since an audio track is not a
file, it cannot be included in an 'ISO'. There are other kinds of
information which can be on a disc but will not be imaged in an
'ISO'including the deliberately malformed structures used in 'copy
protection'.

Mike
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http://www.mrichter.com/

  #18  
Old November 28th 03, 10:12 PM
smh
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Default Why bin/cue?

.. --------------------------------------
Mike Richter, were you born with
"Scam Artist" emblazoned on your face?
--------------------------------------
(Mike Richter, any Material Connection w/ Roxio?)

http://groups.google.com/groups?selm...mindspring.com
(Messages 10, 12 -- 34, 54 -- 69)

( No pipsqueaks have been able to prove ANY of the above is a libel )
( -- despite Mikey's supposed to have proof of misquotes! )


Mike Richter (Lying Scum) wrote:

A BIN file is an ISO of, in your case, the original "Chief Architect"
software disc, and the CUE is its index file.


A small but critical point: A BIN file is an image - not an ISO.


Man, ain't you one smarty ass. Expert on all cdr matters?

======================
From: Mike Richter (Slimy Scum)
Date: 9/16/01

There is a specification for CD Extra which defines it
as a single session containing audio tracks followed
by a data *track*.
======================

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No friggin' ****, Mikey
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  #19  
Old November 28th 03, 10:12 PM
smh
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Default Why bin/cue?

.. --------------------------------------
Mike Richter, were you born with
"Scam Artist" emblazoned on your face?
--------------------------------------
(Mike Richter, any Material Connection w/ Roxio?)

http://groups.google.com/groups?selm...mindspring.com
(Messages 10, 12 -- 34, 54 -- 69)

( No pipsqueaks have been able to prove ANY of the above is a libel )
( -- despite Mikey's supposed to have proof of misquotes! )


Mike Richter (Lying Scum) wrote:

A BIN file is an ISO of, in your case, the original "Chief Architect"
software disc, and the CUE is its index file.


A small but critical point: A BIN file is an image - not an ISO.


Man, ain't you one smarty ass. Expert on all cdr matters?

======================
From: Mike Richter (Slimy Scum)
Date: 9/16/01

There is a specification for CD Extra which defines it
as a single session containing audio tracks followed
by a data *track*.
======================

-----------------------
No friggin' ****, Mikey
-----------------------
  #20  
Old November 28th 03, 11:19 PM
NobodyMan
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Default Why bin/cue?

On Fri, 28 Nov 2003 05:09:16 GMT, "Steve's\"68\""
wrote:

Off Topic: Is it possible convert .ISO files into .EXE files? If so what
is the best way of doing so?
Thanks everyone


Answer: it depends. Are you wanting to extract the contents of the
ISO to your HD so you can install without having to create a CD first?
ISObuster can do that - although that doesn't always work the way you
want. Best bet with a .ISO file is to do what is expected and make a
CD out of it, then access the CD to do what you want.

 




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