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I have .bin & .cue movie file ready for burning, and I'm trying to convert it into the .iso file format using bchunk.

My problem is that it gives me .ugh file format instead of .iso as a result as seen in the picture

P. S: My OS is Ubuntu 12. 04 with a 64 bit architecture.

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type bchunk IMAGE.bin IMAGE.cue IMAGE.iso

Changing IMAGE for the right directory and filename

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