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Description: Bin - CD image converter
Download: bin2iso.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 31kb
Date: 11 Oct 05
Author: DeXT, AOS4 port by Spot / Up Rough
Submitter: Spot / Up Rough
Requirements: AmigaOS 4
Category: utility/filetool
License: Other
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 1132
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While most Amiga burning software can handle .bin/.cue images, 
this program is usefull none-the-less. Instead of burning the .bin 
to disk, you can convert it and then mount it as a standard device. 
You can mount it with 'diskimage.lha' found on aminet for example.


Original ReadMe from the Source;

BIN2ISO (C) 2000 by DeXT

This is a very simple utility to convert a BIN image (either RAW/2352 or
Mode2/2336 format)
to standard ISO format (2048 b/s). Structure of images are as follows:

Mode 1 (2352): Sync (12), Address (3), Mode (1), Data (2048), ECC (288)
Mode 2 (2352): Sync (12), Address (3), Mode (1), Subheader (8), Data (2048),
Mode 2 (2336): Subheader (8), Data (2048), ECC (280)

Mode2/2336 is the same as Mode2/2352 but without header (sync+addr+mode)
Sector size is detected by the presence of Sync data
Mode is detected from Mode field

Tip for Mac users: for Mode2 tracks preserve Subheader
(sub 8 from seek_header and write 2056 bytes per sector)


2000/11/16 - added mode detection for RAW data images (adds Mode2/2352 support)

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