dbeko wrote:CDR-Cue can load the ISO or BIN file and generate a CUE file from it. I've used it to do that in the past..
Really? How do you do it? I can't find the menu item. Also, I wouldn't imagine it is possible in all cases, since the bin file doesn't contain the track information needed for the cue file, only the raw data of the image. Of course, you can often guess at what the cue should be, but in more complex cases it might be problematic.
By the way, here is another utility that converts from bin to iso, even without a cue file:
I tried it on a very simple, single-session ISO 9660 bin image, and it worked for that. I don't know, as I said, if it will work for more complex images as well.