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Thread: Support for isobuster CUE format

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    I used to use ISOBuster to play import VCD's back in '98. In Taiwan (where my discs were from) I guess VCD hardware players were common, but I didn't have one. So I used it to rip/convert to MPEG.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Underheaven
    So I used it to rip/convert to MPEG.
    Actually, all you needed to do with VCDs, is copy the big *.DAT file, rename it to *.mpg, and that's about it. It even worked!
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    I'm pretty sure I did that. MPEG codecs from 7 years ago probably couldn't handle the file. But no way to know for sure now.

    p.s. you know an unconverted .DAT is a few MB larger than a converted MPEG right?
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    ISOBuster itself is not important; the important thing here is it's *.CUE format.
    think of *.CUE file that can address multisession images.
    for example it's simple format allows to create custom MultiTrack MultiSession images with ease, for studing perposes,etc.

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    Sorry for getting off topic. Yes... back to ISOBuster CUE files.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sepehr
    ISOBuster itself is not important; the important thing here is it's *.CUE format.
    think of *.CUE file that can address multisession images.
    for example it's simple format allows to create custom MultiTrack MultiSession images with ease, for studing perposes,etc.
    However, if its simple format is *not* industry standard, then it pretty much throws out the whole reason for using it other than if you are only going to use it with ISOBuster, correct?

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