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AccurateRip library Checker, Batch check your Lossless Rips Against AccurateRip
spoon
post Jun 23 2012, 22:16
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Around 2% of all ripped discs have errors, discs do not even have to be scratched, such as a manufacturing defect. A CD drive on its own cannot determine if a ripped track has errors (using c2 pointers, or re-ripping), ripping errors could be speaker-popping-noise, or silence (where the drive interpolates the error).



There exists a technology called AccurateRip which compares your ripped tracks against other peoples rips, a positive match says without question your rip is error free, a negative match can also inform the rip has errors.



Why settle for anything less than perfect rips? Take the doubt out of your audio collection, AccurateRip it.

Further Details, see:

http://www.dbpoweramp.com/perfecttunes.htm

Coming Soon: Check Individual Tracks (currently PerfectTUNES AccurateRip can check complete albums, tagged or not)
Coming Soon: Correct Ripping Errors

Note the license for PerfectTUNES is not yet nailed down, however the AccurateRip checker would remain free to use when PerfectTUNES exists beta.

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post Jun 24 2012, 19:36
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WOW! smile.gif

I actually have some ripping done before I knew about AR and others that had no match at the time of ripping but maybe could have now.
Any chance to see an OSX and/or Linux version, even CLI?


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post Jun 24 2012, 20:59
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There will be a OSX version, but cannot say exactly when this will be.


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