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Hi,

I was sent a file that my friend wanted me to watch and it is a BIN and a CUE file, is there anyway to watch these. Can they be converted to something like AVI?
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It will almost certainly be a disc-image file which you need to write to CD before it's content can be viewed or installed. Burning an image file to a CD/DVD requires software such as 'nero' or 'easy media creator' or 'CDRWin'. See here:
http://www.afterdawn...e_with_nero.cfm
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ok so the BIN/CUE thing worked, but now he wanted me to go to this site and download this short funny clip....I downloaded it and it is in a format called "AC3" Now how would I convert this to MPEG?
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AC3 is a Dolby Digital sound extension...
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what does that mean to me?
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It means it's not a video, it can't be converted to MPEG. Unless you mean you want to convert it to MPEG Layer 3 (.mp3), in which case you can convert it with Switch by NCH Swift Sound
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hum....ok thanks! that helps.....no wonder I couldn't watch it...just curious...what program could I use to convert an AVI film to MPEG format?

Edited by ddiddy40, 12 January 2007 - 05:26 PM.

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I've heard that you can burn KVCD files and watch them on a DVD player? Is this true? If so, what could I use to convert an AVI film to KVCD format?
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