To burn a bin + cue, do not use Nero if you want it done correctly. Nero has a known issue with multi-track bin files. They may play correctly in a standalone, but they screw up some of the data that the image was created with if it's a multi-track. For bin/cue, use one of: CDRWin, Fireburner, VCDEasy, CDRDAO.
If you only have a bin file, then your best bet is to open the image in isobuster, extract the .dat or .mpg file from the image (use the extract but filter only m2f2 frames -- or something like that -- to extract), and then burn the resulting mpg (if it's a .dat, rename to .mpg) to vcd/svcd using Nero or VCDEasy.
Nero can create vcd/svcd discs fine, it's just the multi-track bin/cue that it can screw up.
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