I just downloaded a torrent, but this ones packaged weird. Anyone know how I view this? Heres a list of the files. all .txturl==http://=http:///url files are just filled with jargon. I've also included a link to its location
!!! READ ME IT'S IMPORTANT !!!.txturl==http://=http:///url
Burning KVCD Guide.htm
Smokin Aces TELESYNC-XviD-MrNiCeGuY.bin
Smokin Aces TELESYNC-XviD-MrNiCeGuY.cue
Smokin Aces TELESYNC-XviD-MrNiCeGuY.nfo
Torrent downloaded from Demonoid.com.txt
http//isohunt.com/torrents/smokin+aces (its the second one)
I'm running OSX
VLC can play .bin/.cueurl==http://=http:///url files can it not?
I tried VCDgear Converter, but i'll check out VLC. Thats free isn't it?
Yeah, it's just a media player but plays anything and everything (except it can't play the flute yet).
gave VLC a try, came up with an error "vcd no movie tracks found"
Wouldn't I have to decompress it first anyways?
I know I used to use CDRWIN to burn bin and cue. Surprised you can't burn it with Nero by now.
Kinda solved my own problem, but thanks for the help.
Files with a .binurl==http://=http:///url or .cueurl==http://=http:///url extension are CD Images, that is, an entire CD condensed into a single file for easy burning and handling. The BIN/CUE format is used by a popular shareware CD burning software called CDRWin. Of course, CDRWin is a Windows-only program. So what if you, like me, have made the switch to Mac OS X and need to access all of those BIN/CUE images you made? We found a free utility that can help.
Unfortunately, the Mac OS X Disk Utility does not support either BIN or CUE files. So we'll have to turn to third-party software. The very popular Toast can handle these files, but it is expensive. We found a free software utility called Burn. Burn can handle BIN and CUE files with ease, and this freeware program is small and fast.
The first step is to download Burn. It comes in a ZIP file. Once you've downloaded it, just extract the contents. Open the Burn folder, and you'll see the Burn application icon right in there. You can run Burn right there. or copy it to your Applications folder.
Once you run Burn, it's a simple matter of selecting the CUE file you want to burn, along with it's associated BIN file. Burn does the rest!
It's fast, small, and free - and a great alternative to Toast.
btw, isohunt isnt a safe place to get torrents, especially cams.
You can get a virtual drive program such as Alcohol 120% or Daemon Tools. They trick Windows inot thinkng you have CD drive that's not there, and you can mount the .binurl==http://=http:///url onto it, like you burned it on CD.
Don't forget he's on a mac guys.
Next time, don't download KVCD unless you really want it in that format. For this movie, you could've gotten a DVD screener of the movie (yeah, it's out) in xvid instead of a telesync, getting higher quality and you wouldn't need to deal with bin/cues.
I'm a bit late but I'd use Alcohol 120% and mount them or I use Nero and burn them to a DVD. I like ISOs much better than CUE/BINs...
[quote00d0b719d1="Wolfeman"]I'm a bit late but I'd use Alcohol 120% and mount them or I use Nero and burn them to a DVD. I like ISOs much better than CUE/BINs...[/quote00d0b719d1]
There's a difference? They are both images so what makes them different?
I think the way they are packaged. And I too like ISO over Bin/Cue.
Just burn the bin and cue with nero and i't will play like a vcd in a dvd player or computer
If you don't want to mess with burning just download Daemon Tools. It's free and it will mount your .binurl==http://=http:///url and .cueurl==http://=http:///url files onto a virtual CD Rom drive and you can play right there on your computer.
[quote339070ab7a="hehehhehe"] For this movie, you could've gotten a DVD screener of the movie (yeah, it's out) in xvid instead of a telesync, getting higher quality and you wouldn't need to deal with bin/cues.[/quote339070ab7a]
This movie is also available to download as a dvd image(iso). You could either burn the image to a dvd and watch it on any dvd player or you could mount the image using daemon tools and watch it directly on your computer. You really shouldn't be watching that cam crap anyways when there is a dvd quality release out.
I believe you can use Toast on your Mac to mount images on a virtual drive. I don't have a Mac, so I couldn't tell you how.