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I have had some old VHS digitalized into DVD and used Window's PowerISO software to back them up in my external hdd. The I've got 4 videos that I want to run on Ubuntu 11.10:

  • A.bin
  • B.bin
  • C.bin
  • C.cue
  • D.bin
  • D.cue

How do I watch the video contents inside of those files?

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Have you run them in VLC? – Uri Herrera Feb 5 '12 at 15:48
up vote 2 down vote accepted

Accordinq to this blog, you can use VLC to watch your .bin videos.

From a more general point of view, VLC is famous for supporting nearly all the existing formats in video and audio.

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Try mounting the images (bin/cue) and then running through VLC.

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How do I mount bin/cue? – Pomario Feb 6 '12 at 11:18
Here you can have more details on doing that – Eduardo Souza Feb 10 '12 at 1:30
This does not provide a sufficient answer to the question. Try to add more information, and / or examples. – Mitch Sep 8 '12 at 5:11

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