> Those extra .bin files you're talking about are audio tracks. I wouldn't recommend
> having a CD image with multiple files (file 1 is the data track1 and extra multiple
> files are the audio tracks).
> It's far better to have a single CD image with its data+audio tracks (.cue file +
> .bin file).
> This is what you were referring to with your games with multiple files, right ?
> Now, if you have a game with multiple CDs, instead of using .cue file, you need to
> create a .m3u file listing all .cue files inside. See here for details:
> Latest EmuCon release already supports .m3u files... I think some emulators support
> this file extension to handle multiple CDs games.
Thanks for all the info!