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Old 2007-06-05, 12:12   Link #1
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CUE, IMG, CCD file types.

Hi! I hope you guys can help me with a few questions:
  • Is there any difference between CUE, IMG and CCD files?
  • Is there any relationship between them?
  • Are they different from ISO files? If so, how?
Thanks in advance.
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Old 2007-06-05, 19:16   Link #2
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There is a difference. From my experience, a CUE file contains simple data. Suppose I make an image of a music CD, for example. It'd come out in two files, a very large one (forgot the most common filetype you'd see this as), and the CUE sheet. You could open the CUE file in notepad, and you'd see timings and potentially track info. Without that CUE sheet, the system wouldn't know where one track started and where the other stopped. I'm not positive about IMG and CCD files, but it might be the same thing.

The ISO is different because the format seems to contain this data inside, as well as the actual image file itself.
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Old 2007-06-05, 19:38   Link #3
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There is a difference. From my experience, a CUE file contains simple data. Suppose I make an image of a music CD, for example. It'd come out in two files, a very large one (forgot the most common filetype you'd see this as), and the CUE sheet. You could open the CUE file in notepad, and you'd see timings and potentially track info. Without that CUE sheet, the system wouldn't know where one track started and where the other stopped. I'm not positive about IMG and CCD files, but it might be the same thing.

The ISO is different because the format seems to contain this data inside, as well as the actual image file itself.
The file that usually goes with a CUE file is a bin file I believe.
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Old 2007-06-06, 07:03   Link #4
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I'm not positive about IMG and CCD files, but it might be the same thing.
An IMG file is just the same as an ISO file and a CCD file is more like a CUE file it's just that these files are created using clone CD
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