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05-20-2003, 07:33 AM
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There's a particular movie I want to take from three SVCDs to maybe 1 or 2 KVCDs. I would like to just merge the files to encode from a single source. My question is, what role do the '.bin' and .cue' files play in this?? I see the bin files are huge, and the cue files are (comparitively) tiny.

How would I go about joining the three files together??
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the bin file is the image, which contains the movie, the cue file is just an instruction for your program how to burn the bin file.

if you want to merge them to one file use isobuster

www.isobuster.com

the free only functions are enough, no need to register

open the bin file, search for the mpeg in it, it should be named avseq.mpg or something like that
right mouse button -> "extract, but filter only m2f2 mpeg frames"

then you´ve got your mpg on your hdd

do it with all three files, then merge them together


just a tip:
when you´ve merged them use mpegmediator to extract the audio , headac3he won´t accept the audio, if you demux with tmpgenc
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Thanx Kane!

Got any recommendations for a good mpeg/avi joiner? I'd like something a little more robust than Tempgencs internal tools...
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Since you're going to reencode anyways, load each of the AVSEQ0x.MPG files into DVD2AVI to make one d2v file and be sure save the wav file
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