.bin image files

Hello all - I'm dealing with an older imaging system.  The client's IT director has indicated to me that the images are stored in a .bin format?  I've never heard of any products that use .bin for image storage though.  Just wondering if anyone has encountered this before?  If so, what kind of tools were used to convert them into a standard format (i.e. JPEG, BMP, TIF, etc.).  Thanks in advance.
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Peter HutchisonSenior Network Systems SpecialistCommented:
BIN and CUE format were popular with CDRWin software which can be burnt to CD-R/CD-RW discs.
Supported software includes:
- Alcohol 120%, Blindwrite, Fireburner, Nero, CDRWin

You can also mount them using Alcohol, Daemon Tools, Isobuster etc.

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noirfanAuthor Commented:
< Peter - burning them to CD isn't going to magically turn them back into native images though
TemodyPickalbatros, IT ManagerCommented:
You can open it with poweriso or ultraiso
The you can burn it
You made a confusion.
When the IT director said "images" you understood pictures, but he referred to disc images (clones of CD/DVD content) which are burnt on real CD/DVD discs.
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