rjordan at numb.ca
Tue Mar 15 15:10:58 EST 2005
It would seem books at computerbooksforless.com, on Tue, Mar 15, 2005 at 11:21:00AM -0500, wrote:
> On March 14, 2005 08:03 pm, Ross Jordan wrote:
> > It would seem bruce harding, on Mon, Mar 14, 2005 at 06:51:06PM -0500,
> > > Hey,
> > >
> > > I installed bin2iso this weekend and then tried to convert one of my
> > > bin/cue files. I looked like the process went ok until I tried to burn
> > > the iso with k3b. K3b reported that the iso was not an iso9660. In fact
> > > I ended up with two iso files.
> > bin images handle multiple tracks; isos handle only a single track;
> > so when you go from bin to iso, it can be 1-to-n operation.
> > You should try mounting your iso:
> > mount -o loop,ro name.iso /path/to/mount
> > Note that audio tracks just become wavs (I think).
> > -Ross
> Does this work for movies as well? So what cause me to get 2 files then? and
> why does k3b not see either as as iso9660.?
If you just burned a movie to CD, it should be a single data track (i.e.
iso9660); You can confirm if you have a valid iso, by mounting it as a
loopback. It could be the your cue file is bad, or bin2iso isn't smart
enough to understand it. I think there's another bin to iso program for
linux called bchunk (based on the Windows binchunk). You may want to try
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