Kubuntu Hardy won't play .bin movie?

David McGlone d.mcglone at att.net
Tue Dec 2 12:26:54 GMT 2008


On Tuesday 02 December 2008 2:15:33 am Octavian Florea wrote:
> On 12/01/2008 05:32 PM, Steven Vollom wrote:
> > It did not mention a .cue, only .bin.
>
> Very odd, I have never met a .bin video file before. After a bit of
> reading I found that vlc and mplayer could play such files, with mixed
> results. Have you tried mplayer?
> You said it appeared as an archive. Try opening it with Ark or use rar
> directly from the command line if you have it installed. If it can list
> its contents then it's an image.

This is probably irreverent here but, from my experience .bin and .cue files 
make up a karaoke song. I make my own karaoke discs and the .bin and .cue 
files are needed to make the disk work correctly. I think the .bin file holds 
the music, and all the data to tell the music where to find the .cue file.

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David M.
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