There are a ton of different Windows utilities to help you create a CD-ROM from a .CUE file - check out DSLReports for a synopsis. For Mac user's however you are left with using Roxio Toast Titanium.
For me, I still stick with digital only versions. VLC does a great job reading and playing back .CUE based video files.
In case it helps, a quick search of VersionTracker shows the free LiquidCD, which claims to burn CUE files. (If it isn't up to snuff, there are many others listed, too.)
August 20, 2006 at 02:13 AM
I've had a great deal of luck with the free open-source application called simply Burn. (burn-osx.sourceforge.net) It handles BIN/CUE files just fine, and will mount them in addition to burning them.
Dan Ridley |
October 03, 2006 at 10:40 AM
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