First post, by TomVDJ
I have a CD image of a mixed mode CD (so there are audio tracks on there), but it's not in BIN/CUE format, but in IMG format. The data on the disk is only a few MB's, but the total IMG size is +300 MB, so I guess the audio tracks are on there somewhere too.
The data section of the image file also contains a file "audio.dir" which seems to include where the audio tracks are (something like a cue file). I have no clue if the game on the CD uses this file, or if this is some kind of dummy file that was generated by the application which created the IMG file of the original CD.
So my questions are:
1. Does somebody knows what application could have been used to create this? I tried opening the IMG file in WinImage, UltraISO, PowerISO, but none of them recognizes or displays the audio tracks, only the data part.
2. Can I use this IMG file in DosBox like a BIN/CUE image so DosBox recognizes the audio tracks? I tried mounting it, but DosBox only sees the data part, no audio tracks (while my DosBox configuration does recognize Audio tracks from other mixed mode CD's I had ripped as BIN/CUE.
3. Any idea how I could convert this IMG file to a BIN/CUE file where the audio tracks are preserved? I also tried WinImage, UltraISO, PowerISO for this, but since they don't recognize the audio to begin with, converting to BIN/CUE with these applications is pretty useless.
Any help would be welcome.