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How can I convert an .bin/.cue image to .iso format? ... preferably free.

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If you can bring the image into Disk Utility, use the convert option. Choose CD/DVD master, it will save as a .cdo. Rename to .iso.

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  • @mspasov Yeah, shrug. I don't know what the .cdo format really is, but I suspect it's a .bin. Worked for me in the past, so...
    – Harv
    Jul 23 '11 at 0:14
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    Disk Utility 15.0 (1511.3) won't open the bin or the cue. They are grayed out in the file open dialog.
    – azdev
    Jan 28 '16 at 0:06
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A nice tool is bchunk (I have used it under linux) which is available in homebrew.

$ brew install bchunk
==> Downloading http://he.fi/bchunk/bchunk-1.2.0.tar.gz
######################################################################## 100.0%
==> make
/usr/local/Cellar/bchunk/1.2.0: 5 files, 56K, built in 2 seconds
Avatars-MBP:~ avatar$ bchunk a.bin a.cue test
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  • Worked beautifully in 2018.
    – mpavlov
    Apr 28 '18 at 19:58
  • Worked flawless in 2021.
    – Marc
    Aug 1 at 18:38

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