Extracting BIN & CUE files

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  1. Talarspeed macrumors member

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    What software is recommended for extracting bin/cue files.

    I don't' want to burn them. I want them extracted to a folder; select several aspects and trash the rest. I currently have Toast but I can't see an option for just extraction.

    PS - all of my searches turned up answers that involved burning to CD/DVDs.
     
  2. VPrime macrumors 68000

    VPrime

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    You can use toast to mount them to a virtual drive.
    Then just go to the drive with finder and copy every thing.
     
  3. Talarspeed thread starter macrumors member

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    Thanx! This worked great! It was an extra step that took me awhile to find with Toast.
     
  4. TRDGT4Writer macrumors regular

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    Hello, I'm having the same dilemma and I've tried YouTube and Google and yet I can't seem to extract the tracks from the .cue file. I have no .bin file but I have the following:

    • .cue
    • .FLAC
    • log (The log file is from a auCDtect txt file)

    How to do I extract the .cue to reveal the tracks in Toast Titanium so I store them on my external drive?
     
  5. Tech198 macrumors G4

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    this may be old but


    Only need Terminal. no software.
     

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