I have a few bin/cue files, and have tried to convert them to iso using bchunk. That succeeds, but these files have redbook audio, so I'm left with an iso file and associated cdr files, which are basically the raw audio tracks.
I'm trying to install old games into a VM, so while outputting these cdr files gives access to the audio, I don't know how that actually helps me expose the complete data to the vm.
I would like to mount a bin/cue directly if possible, and preferably not rely on DaemonTools lite or similar. Disk Utility will not open a bin or cue file, which was reported as an answer in other questions.