Image files

what is the difference between an iso and a cue file?
what is cue file for exactly???
and what about bin files???
Is that a different way to name the same thing for different applications???
What are CDMage and CDImageConverter for???

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A cue file is a file belonging to a *.bin file. In this file information is stored on what the *.bin file contains.

An ISO is an image of a CD made according to certain standards.

Different programs use different extensions.
Nero often uses .nrg
CDRWin/Fireburner uses .bin/.cue
CloneCD uses .img/.sub/


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With Nero you can burn different types of images, also the bin images if you like.