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EAC and gaps / CUE sheets - still struggling
audiomunky
post Oct 16 2006, 06:03
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Hello all,

I've been reading around, but I still can't quite figure this gap / CUE sheet thing out (unsure.gif). Like most, I would like to have a lossless copy for archiving purposes and a lossy copy for the good old iPod. Therefore, with the lossless copy, I would like to make it as close as possible to the original CD. But this gap thing has me stumped: why, with different gap detection methods do I get different gap values for the same CD? If it "doesn't matter," shouldn't these values all be the same? Which values do I trust? And shouldn't the correct values be added to a CUE sheet by using the "Multiple WAV Files With Gaps (Noncompliant)" option?

I appreciate any and all help in trying to deconfuse myself biggrin.gif

Thanks again!
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audiomunky
post Oct 17 2006, 00:11
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Well, I thought I would share my discovery with you all. I've figured out how to determine whether your gap detection is accurate. Run CloneCD on any CD and create a CUE sheet (with subcode extraction enabled). Compare that CUE sheet to the gap detection results in EAC, and you're in business. biggrin.gif
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