I've searched for sometime on the Internet and am not able to find any way of creating .bin/.cue files on Mac OS X (I use Tiger). I have a bunch of files and directories (within a directory) on my hard disk and I need to create .bin/.cue files out of them. Is there any way at all to do this on Mac OS X? Note that I'm not talking about burning .bin to a CD (I've seen a lot of articles about this). I tried Disk Utility, but it creates only dmg files. Toast 6 Titanium (which is what I have) deals only with burning .bin/.cue files on to a CD/DVD. I do have access to a Windows machine to do this kind of stuff (after I search for the right tools), but I'd like to know how this can be done on Mac OS X. Thanks for any suggestions/help.