If you happen to have an NRG file (Nero Burning ROM image) of an enhanced/mixed mode CD-ROM (a CD with data and Audio tracks), and need to convert it to Bin/CUE, follow these simple steps:
- Get cdemu at https://cdemu.sourceforge.io/
- Load the NRG file with gCDEmu (which is the graphical frontend, I don't know the CLI commands, sorry). This mounts the file as a virtual device like
/dev/sr1in my case.
- Test it with your favourite music player. You should be able to hear the audio tracks starting from Track 2. (Remember, Track 1 is data, so this is likely just random noise.)
- Create a Bin/TOC image with (change mycd.bin and mycd.toc before this command - the toc file has the name of the bin file in it, so renaming afterwards will not work easily; change the device /dev/sr1 to whatever you mounted your NRG image)
cdrdao read-cd --datafile mycd.bin --driver generic-mmc:0x20000 --device /dev/sr1 --read-raw mycd.toc
- Create a CUE file from the TOC file
toc2cue mycd.toc mycd.cue
- Try to mount the CUE file with gCDEmu to test again.
You can use the CUE file directly in e.g. Dosbox with imgmount!
Remember, you need both - the BIN file and the CUE file!
Source: https://www.dosbox.com/wiki/Cuesheet#Linux (for the CUE creation from a drive)
That's it folks!