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Convert CD/DVD binary image to Midtown Madness city add-on file.

We have found one software suitable in our database for this conversion.

If any kind of bin to ar conversion is possible it would be repacking/conversion of disk image (.bin) to a compressed format used in MidTown Madness computer game. Most likely for done for very specific, game modding purpose, but we have not found anything specific about such export.

Microsoft Windows software Microsoft Windows icon - convert bin to ar on Windows

IZArc icon IZArc

A freeware archive utility that supports many archive formats

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Yes, IZArc supports bin file conversion as a source file type.YesYesbin editorNoNoNoYes

to ar file


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Additional links: Open bin file, Open ar file


Files with bin extension are often found as CD/DVD backups similar to ISO. A bin file is a identical copy of data stored on the physical disk. Often each bin file also has its cue counterpart that allows various virtualization or burning software to work with the image.


Files with ar suffix can be found also as add-ons for the Midtown Madness computer game.


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