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How to Convert BIN Files Using Power ISO
When you rip or copy an entire CD or DVD, your computer system creates a copy of all the details of that CD into one compressed file known as BIN. BIN files are binary file type formats that contain information about an optical disk such as its attributes (audio name, album, genre, etc.), album artwork, disk settings, and more. Most programs don’t have the capacity to open BIN files, but if you want to access the information embedded within these kinds of files, all you need to do is to convert them into ISO format.
Getting Power ISO
Download Power ISO.One common application used to convert BIN files is Power ISO. It’s a program that turns BIN files into ISO file formats, a much more readable file version. You can download Power ISO for free here: .
Click the downloaded file to open it.Your computer’s installation wizard should run and install Power ISO on your computer.
Launch Power ISO.After the installation process is finished, click the shortcut icon from your desktop to open the application.
Converting BIN Files to ISO
Open the Convert menu.Click “Tools” from the menu bar on the upper-left corner of the Power ISO window and select “Convert” from the drop-down list to open the Convert menu.
Click the three-dot button on the right side of the “Source File” text field.This will open an Explorer window.
Open the BIN file.Using the Explorer window, navigate to the location on your computer where the BIN file is, select the BIN file, and click “OK” to open it on Power ISO.
Set the destination file.Back on the Convert Menu window, set the destination file to “ISO” by clicking the appropriate radio button.
Type a file name you want for your ISO file.Type in the name you want for the output ISO file on the text field provided at the lower part of the Convert Menu window.
Convert the BIN to ISO.Click the “OK” button to start converting the BIN file into ISO.
How do you create an ISO from multiple BIN files?
- You can open the converted ISO file using any virtual drive application like Daemon Tools or Virtual Clone Drive.
- Converting the BIN file into something else will not change any data embedded in it.
- Power ISO comes in both a free trial and paid version.
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