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Burning multiple bin/cue files to a DVD-R

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I have about 5 bin/cue files that I want to burn (as an image) onto a compact disc. Each bin/cue file is about 700mb (the size of a regular CD-R) but instead of burning 5 serpate CD-Rs I want to burn all these bin/cue files (as an image) onto just one DVD-R. They will fit size wise but since it isn't a DVD-RW I'm not sure how to do this. Can I burn multiple bin/cue files (as images) onto a single DVD-R and if so how?
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My first question when I seen this is do you want them to stay an Bin file or do you want access the programs from the dvd?

You can burn the bin/cue files like normal but they will have to stay bin/cue on the dvd.

If you wnat to access the programs then use Isobuster and put them in seperate folders.  use autoplay menu builder to create a menu to access the programs when you insert the dvd or just burn the folders and use the explorer to open the programs. I used the autoplay and also for some just access them directly by exploring the dvd.  Let me know if this helps.
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