It depends on what type of bin files you are trying to open.
If you are trying to open a .bin file that is an image of a SVCD then just opening it might not do you much good-- especially if the movie is in a variable bitrate mode. you would then need to use a virtual disk program such as Daemon tools to mount the bin/cue, then you can view the movie with a software DVD player such as WinDVD or PowerDVD.
However, to answer your question, I use WinISO. It is easy and works like a charm.
There is a free program called ISOBuster (I saw it in the downloads section at www.unitethecows.com).
..that would be 184.108.40.206 will burn a cue/bin easily.
Just close the wizard, then choose file/burn Image and point to the cue file.
The cue file should have all the information needed to point NERO to the bin file.
IF it does not work, you need to open the .cue file with notepad and change the path to the .bin file so that it is correct. Generally if the .cue and .bin are in the same folder you should not have trouble, unless the path in the .cue is incorrect. Simple enough to correct, though.
is Daemon Tools (Google will give you the download page).
Use it to mount your bin and it makes your puter think that there is a new disc drive (It basically does the same thing as virtualCD)
CDRWin is Supposed to be the Program of choice for bin/cues.
Make sure the link in the cue is correct, otherwise the cue will not point the burner prog to the correct bin and you only end up with a coaster.
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