Extracting from a .bin file

Andy Sparrow spadger at best.com
Sun May 4 22:38:28 PDT 2003

> Try to play it with mplayer (evt use the -cuefile option if you have that)
> if that works you can glean info on the format there, or even use mplayer
> to rip the info you want :)

For the archives, it was an XCD like Alexander thought, and Søren was 
right - 'mplayer -cuefile <cuefile> -vcd 2' plays it just fine[0].

You do need the '-vcd' argument...

For some reason, 'cdrdao' burns something that looks fine (e.g. from 
'cdcontrol info') but mplayer can't grok it - it's just garbage when 



[0] Modulo the tiny nit that the total length of the movie is not 
displayed when seeking through it and the %-age is always zero, although 
both the elapsed time and the horizontal bar appear to be accurate.

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