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Ripping a image, good or bad?
damagician
post Nov 14 2005, 21:36
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I recently read somewhere that you shouldn't really rip from an image stored on the hard disk as it may lose some quality. I'm a little unsure if that is the case and would just like someone to clarify for me. The reason I ask is I have Alcohol 120% and am able to create an image and then rip the image with EAC faster than I can rip the cd with EAC in the first place. Also I am able to create an image of a couple of really badly scratched cd's which I was having trouble ripping with EAC.

So basically is there a degredation in quality when using Alcohol?
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post Nov 15 2005, 07:50
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So could you say that:
1) rip with alcohol, but configure it to abort upon encountering an error
2) if alcohol had errors, try again with EAC

would give succesful rips ?
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post Nov 15 2005, 08:33
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QUOTE (=trott= @ Nov 15 2005, 02:50 PM)
So could you say that:
1) rip with alcohol, but configure it to abort upon encountering an error
2) if alcohol had errors, try again with EAC

would give succesful rips ?
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No, you couldn't, for the reasons outlined in the thread linked above.
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