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CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current), AccurateRip support & more
radu
post Dec 4 2011, 01:36
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Gregory,

Can you please add support for XLD logs when cross checking the calculated CRC values against the values from log.

Also, this log:

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Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 5 from 4. May 2009

EAC extraction logfile from 8. October 2009, 17:21

Various / Diggin In The Crates - Rare Studio Masters: 1993-1997

Used drive : LITE-ON COMBO SOHC-4836K Adapter: 4 ID: 0

Read mode : Secure
Utilize accurate stream : Yes
Defeat audio cache : Yes
Make use of C2 pointers : Yes

Read offset correction : 6
Overread into Lead-In and Lead-Out : No
Fill up missing offset samples with silence : Yes
Delete leading and trailing silent blocks : No
Null samples used in CRC calculations : Yes
Used interface : Native Win32 interface for Win NT & 2000
Gap handling : Appended to previous track

Used output format : User Defined Encoder
Selected bitrate : 320 kBit/s
Quality : High
Add ID3 tag : No
Command line compressor : C:\Program Files\Exact Audio Copy\Flac\flac.exe
Additional command line options : -V -8 -T "artist=%a" -T "title=%t" -T "album=%g" -T "date=%y" -T "tracknumber=%n" -T "genre=%m" %s


TOC of the extracted CD

Track | Start | Length | Start sector | End sector
---------------------------------------------------------
1 | 0:00.00 | 4:18.54 | 0 | 19403
2 | 4:18.54 | 3:43.72 | 19404 | 36200
3 | 8:02.51 | 4:14.73 | 36201 | 55323
4 | 12:17.49 | 4:10.57 | 55324 | 74130
5 | 16:28.31 | 4:33.02 | 74131 | 94607
6 | 21:01.33 | 4:30.01 | 94608 | 114858
7 | 25:31.34 | 4:01.74 | 114859 | 133007
8 | 29:33.33 | 3:34.14 | 133008 | 149071
9 | 33:07.47 | 4:27.48 | 149072 | 169144
10 | 37:35.20 | 4:06.11 | 169145 | 187605
11 | 41:41.31 | 4:33.35 | 187606 | 208115
12 | 46:14.66 | 3:22.61 | 208116 | 223326
13 | 49:37.52 | 3:35.74 | 223327 | 239525
14 | 53:13.51 | 4:38.54 | 239526 | 260429
15 | 57:52.30 | 3:41.33 | 260430 | 277037
16 | 61:33.63 | 3:22.72 | 277038 | 292259
17 | 64:56.60 | 2:38.61 | 292260 | 304170
18 | 67:35.46 | 3:17.67 | 304171 | 319012
19 | 70:53.38 | 4:04.21 | 319013 | 337333
20 | 74:57.59 | 4:17.27 | 337334 | 356635


Track 13

Filename D:\Transportation Folder\music\EACRips\The Lump Lump [Nubian Mix] [Featuring Brand Nubian].wav

Peak level 93.8 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC FF237B77
Copy CRC FF237B77
Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [C55AC37B]
Copy OK


All tracks accurately ripped

No errors occurred

End of status report

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Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 5 from 4. May 2009

EAC extraction logfile from 8. October 2009, 17:58

Various / Diggin In The Crates - Rare Studio Masters: 1993-1997

Used drive : LITE-ON COMBO SOHC-4836K Adapter: 4 ID: 0

Read mode : Secure
Utilize accurate stream : Yes
Defeat audio cache : Yes
Make use of C2 pointers : Yes

Read offset correction : 6
Overread into Lead-In and Lead-Out : No
Fill up missing offset samples with silence : Yes
Delete leading and trailing silent blocks : No
Null samples used in CRC calculations : Yes
Used interface : Native Win32 interface for Win NT & 2000
Gap handling : Appended to previous track

Used output format : User Defined Encoder
Selected bitrate : 320 kBit/s
Quality : High
Add ID3 tag : No
Command line compressor : C:\Program Files\Exact Audio Copy\Flac\flac.exe
Additional command line options : -V -8 -T "artist=%a" -T "title=%t" -T "album=%g" -T "date=%y" -T "tracknumber=%n" -T "genre=%m" %s


TOC of the extracted CD

Track | Start | Length | Start sector | End sector
---------------------------------------------------------
1 | 0:00.00 | 4:18.54 | 0 | 19403
2 | 4:18.54 | 3:43.72 | 19404 | 36200
3 | 8:02.51 | 4:14.73 | 36201 | 55323
4 | 12:17.49 | 4:10.57 | 55324 | 74130
5 | 16:28.31 | 4:33.02 | 74131 | 94607
6 | 21:01.33 | 4:30.01 | 94608 | 114858
7 | 25:31.34 | 4:01.74 | 114859 | 133007
8 | 29:33.33 | 3:34.14 | 133008 | 149071
9 | 33:07.47 | 4:27.48 | 149072 | 169144
10 | 37:35.20 | 4:06.11 | 169145 | 187605
11 | 41:41.31 | 4:33.35 | 187606 | 208115
12 | 46:14.66 | 3:22.61 | 208116 | 223326
13 | 49:37.52 | 3:35.74 | 223327 | 239525
14 | 53:13.51 | 4:38.54 | 239526 | 260429
15 | 57:52.30 | 3:41.33 | 260430 | 277037
16 | 61:33.63 | 3:22.72 | 277038 | 292259
17 | 64:56.60 | 2:38.61 | 292260 | 304170
18 | 67:35.46 | 3:17.67 | 304171 | 319012
19 | 70:53.38 | 4:04.21 | 319013 | 337333
20 | 74:57.59 | 4:17.27 | 337334 | 356635


Track 1

Filename D:\Transportation Folder\music\EACRips\Bring It On [Remix].wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:02.00

Peak level 95.5 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC E1DB0FFA
Copy CRC E1DB0FFA
Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [15F12A21]
Copy OK

Track 2

Filename D:\Transportation Folder\music\EACRips\You Know Now [Remix].wav

Peak level 99.9 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC 11DC7E8A
Copy CRC 11DC7E8A
Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [D7D19EA9]
Copy OK

Track 3

Filename D:\Transportation Folder\music\EACRips\Caught Up in the Game.wav

Peak level 99.9 %
Track quality 99.9 %
Test CRC 70E20EC9
Copy CRC 70E20EC9
Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [6A4B44B5]
Copy OK

Track 4

Filename D:\Transportation Folder\music\EACRips\Respect the Architect [Remix] [Featuring Bahamadia].wav

Peak level 99.9 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC 10C12DDE
Copy CRC 10C12DDE
Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [DEA84470]
Copy OK

Track 5

Filename D:\Transportation Folder\music\EACRips\Daaam! [Remix].wav

Peak level 92.8 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC 91332F1C
Copy CRC 91332F1C
Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [5BABBDE7]
Copy OK

Track 6

Filename D:\Transportation Folder\music\EACRips\Problemz.wav

Peak level 99.9 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC DE393D21
Copy CRC DE393D21
Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [323FBB65]
Copy OK

Track 7

Filename D:\Transportation Folder\music\EACRips\Rockin’ It.wav

Peak level 99.9 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC FFB7D5F7
Copy CRC FFB7D5F7
Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [F8BAE829]
Copy OK

Track 8

Filename D:\Transportation Folder\music\EACRips\MVP [Remix #2].wav

Peak level 99.9 %
Track quality 99.9 %
Test CRC 9E1329B5
Copy CRC 9E1329B5
Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [9E39A0CE]
Copy OK

Track 9

Filename D:\Transportation Folder\music\EACRips\North South East West [Remix].wav

Peak level 100.0 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC 22C3E1C4
Copy CRC 22C3E1C4
Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [BCD16C8E]
Copy OK

Track 10

Filename D:\Transportation Folder\music\EACRips\Story of My Life.wav

Peak level 99.9 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC 7EF48E77
Copy CRC 7EF48E77
Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [DFAD6256]
Copy OK

Track 11

Filename D:\Transportation Folder\music\EACRips\You Can’t Front [Featuring Lord Finesse and Sadat X].wav

Peak level 90.7 %
Track quality 99.9 %
Test CRC 7AD5C362
Copy CRC 7AD5C362
Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [11CD821B]
Copy OK

Track 12

Filename D:\Transportation Folder\music\EACRips\Life’s a Bitch [Remix #2] [Featuring AZ].wav

Peak level 99.9 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC 41D842ED
Copy CRC 41D842ED
Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [4680D18E]
Copy OK

Track 13

Filename D:\Transportation Folder\music\EACRips\The Lump Lump [Nubian Mix] [Featuring Brand Nubian].wav

Peak level 93.8 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC FF237B77
Copy CRC FF237B77
Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [C55AC37B]
Copy OK

Track 14

Filename D:\Transportation Folder\music\EACRips\Lyrics [Remix].wav

Peak level 100.0 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC A2ACA0D3
Copy CRC A2ACA0D3
Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [3739A3BD]
Copy OK

Track 15

Filename D:\Transportation Folder\music\EACRips\Mad Izm ['95 Remix].wav

Peak level 99.9 %
Track quality 99.2 %
Test CRC 69F96744
Copy CRC 69F96744
Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [207ED13D]
Copy OK

Track 16

Filename D:\Transportation Folder\music\EACRips\Cut That Weak Shit [Remix] [Featuring Kwaze Modoe and Royal Flush].wav

Peak level 100.0 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC BBBB801A
Copy CRC BBBB801A
Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [50085E7B]
Copy OK

Track 17

Filename D:\Transportation Folder\music\EACRips\Love Child.wav

Peak level 91.2 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC 93C15DD0
Copy CRC 93C15DD0
Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [2F48F58A]
Copy OK

Track 18

Filename D:\Transportation Folder\music\EACRips\Guess Who’s Back [Remix].wav

Peak level 79.3 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC C504CF40
Copy CRC C504CF40
Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [D28482D3]
Copy OK

Track 19

Filename D:\Transportation Folder\music\EACRips\The Difference.wav

Peak level 99.7 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC CFFC2800
Copy CRC CFFC2800
Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [A8C789BB]
Copy OK

Track 20

Filename D:\Transportation Folder\music\EACRips\I Be [Remix].wav

Peak level 99.9 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC D2CC24CF
Copy CRC D2CC24C
Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [9608E61A]
Copy OK


All tracks accurately ripped

No errors occurred

End of status report


gives this result:

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[CUETools log; Date: 11/28/2011 12:35:19 AM; Version: 2.1.2a]
[CTDB TOCID: Sni6BQSyPWfYy4WIratT49CZjfs-] found.
[ CTDBID ] Status
[fc346744] (3/3) Accurately ripped
[AccurateRip ID: 003ac3c9-03581ae2-63129314] found.
Track [ CRC ] Status
01 [15f12a21] (3/3) Accurately ripped
02 [d7d19ea9] (3/3) Accurately ripped
03 [6a4b44b5] (3/3) Accurately ripped
04 [dea84470] (3/3) Accurately ripped
05 [5babbde7] (3/3) Accurately ripped
06 [323fbb65] (3/3) Accurately ripped
07 [f8bae829] (3/3) Accurately ripped
08 [9e39a0ce] (3/3) Accurately ripped
09 [bcd16c8e] (3/3) Accurately ripped
10 [dfad6256] (3/3) Accurately ripped
11 [11cd821b] (3/3) Accurately ripped
12 [4680d18e] (3/3) Accurately ripped
13 [c55ac37b] (3/3) Accurately ripped
14 [3739a3bd] (3/3) Accurately ripped
15 [207ed13d] (3/3) Accurately ripped
16 [50085e7b] (3/3) Accurately ripped
17 [2f48f58a] (3/3) Accurately ripped
18 [d28482d3] (3/3) Accurately ripped
19 [a8c789bb] (3/3) Accurately ripped
20 [9608e61a] (3/3) Accurately ripped

Track Peak [ CRC32 ] [W/O NULL] [ LOG ]
-- 100.0 [41E90A22] [30DB2FA7]
01 95.5 [E1DB0FFA] [4C93568A] [FF237B77]: CRC32 for track 13
02 99.9 [11DC7E8A] [9430DF94] [E1DB0FFA]: CRC32 for track 1
03 99.9 [70E20EC9] [0CE504C1] [11DC7E8A]: CRC32 for track 2
04 99.9 [10C12DDE] [D2CE7E0C] [70E20EC9]: CRC32 for track 3
05 92.8 [91332F1C] [5FAA2C0D] [10C12DDE]: CRC32 for track 4
06 99.9 [DE393D21] [C0A4441B] [91332F1C]: CRC32 for track 5
07 99.9 [FFB7D5F7] [76BF93CE] [DE393D21]: CRC32 for track 6
08 99.9 [9E1329B5] [FAFD9C98] [FFB7D5F7]: CRC32 for track 7
09 100.0 [22C3E1C4] [1802AB60] [9E1329B5]: CRC32 for track 8
10 99.9 [7EF48E77] [02B7C375] [22C3E1C4]: CRC32 for track 9
11 90.7 [7AD5C362] [69D22E63] [7EF48E77]: CRC32 for track 10
12 99.9 [41D842ED] [9B2D246D] [7AD5C362]: CRC32 for track 11
13 93.8 [FF237B77] [40269DC6] [41D842ED]: CRC32 for track 12
14 100.0 [A2ACA0D3] [37C7D3FA] [FF237B77]: CRC32 for track 13
15 99.9 [69F96744] [CDDB47C6] [A2ACA0D3]: CRC32 for track 14
16 100.0 [BBBB801A] [4F181A17] [69F96744]: CRC32 for track 15
17 91.2 [93C15DD0] [ED833F35] [BBBB801A]: CRC32 for track 16
18 79.3 [C504CF40] [39A86EC3] [93C15DD0]: CRC32 for track 17
19 99.7 [CFFC2800] [69DFDDDE] [C504CF40]: CRC32 for track 18
20 99.9 [D2CC24CF] [EA552F37] [CFFC2800]: CRC32 for track 19


Maybe you can also fix this. It shouldn't be complicated.

Thanks.

This post has been edited by Jan S.: Dec 4 2011, 11:44
Reason for edit: code --> codebox
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post Dec 4 2011, 04:37
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QUOTE (fadsplat @ Dec 3 2011, 21:51) *
How can I change the output folder?
I clicked the icon next to Output, but it won't let me select “Browse”.


QUOTE (korth @ Dec 3 2011, 19:53) *
'Browse' should be available when the Input is either 'Folder browser' or 'Hide browser'. 'Multiselect Browser' and 'Drag'n'drop mode' require a 'template' because more than one disc can be selected.

Thanks. Setting that Output folder is fiddly. I changed to 'Folder browser', navigated the tree and double-clicked a folder or somehow selected it. Somehow it caused CueTools to rename my folder to "My Music". I deleted that folder, and recreated my original folder. Again, through navigating somehow magically Output now shows the path I wanted, but I'm not sure how I did it.

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post Dec 4 2011, 13:12
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this problem appeared some time ago, before that everything was good.
i can convert only one album in batch mode, then one of those errors appears.
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post Dec 4 2011, 14:15
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I replaced built-in FLACCL with version 0.4 (exe with command-line parameters). All files were written without any error message. :-)
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post Dec 4 2011, 16:19
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i did the same as you, but still got errors.
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post Dec 11 2011, 06:16
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Good day.

I recently ripped a CD with EAC (1 bad track; with my Pioneer DVD this is VERY frequent even on pristine CDs) and got curious about a bit at the end of EAC's log that mentionned I could repair the rip with CUETools. So I installed CT and several hours later, I repaired the bad track. Now here's the funny part, I re-verified the repaired CD and I noticed that for the repaired track, the LOG column in accurip's log is still different than all the other tracks - How can it be different, if the track is repaired shouldn't I see "CRC32" in that column?

Here's the verify log (this is a verify of the repaired CD) - Notice that now all tracks are "accurately ripped" (Track #11 was no match before the repair) but also notice for Track #11, at the bottom of the log, how it as a CRC in the "LOG" column instead of the word "CRC32":

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[CUETools log; Date: 2011-12-10 14:29:44; Version: 2.1.2a]
[CTDB TOCID: RphOu8zFqN8urSL9dgCcCc.eJw4-] found.
[ CTDBID ] Status
[9a7c658f] (40/40) Accurately ripped
[AccurateRip ID: 002059de-0142cf9a-b60fc70d] found.
Track [ CRC ] Status
01 [3d4b3ecd] (43/48) Accurately ripped
02 [2fcc4a72] (44/49) Accurately ripped
03 [e4623e80] (44/49) Accurately ripped
04 [41d701e1] (44/49) Accurately ripped
05 [925ce0ab] (44/49) Accurately ripped
06 [4c8ba048] (43/48) Accurately ripped
07 [7d5d262d] (44/49) Accurately ripped
08 [9204c60b] (43/48) Accurately ripped
09 [a19bdd39] (42/47) Accurately ripped
10 [54b393fa] (41/46) Accurately ripped
11 [394d2c39] (41/46) Accurately ripped
12 [51e27348] (44/49) Accurately ripped
13 [fbb54872] (41/48) Accurately ripped
AccurateRip v2:
01 [df71b6dc] (05/48) Accurately ripped
02 [8d5715f1] (05/49) Accurately ripped
03 [a32b3e53] (05/49) Accurately ripped
04 [0df00ef9] (05/49) Accurately ripped
05 [736d9c5f] (05/49) Accurately ripped
06 [b1b27c8c] (05/48) Accurately ripped
07 [f5172bcc] (05/49) Accurately ripped
08 [3012cc94] (05/48) Accurately ripped
09 [0936db11] (05/47) Accurately ripped
10 [80d7d66d] (05/46) Accurately ripped
11 [8a750164] (05/46) Accurately ripped
12 [2c577ea9] (05/49) Accurately ripped
13 [609ecad2] (05/48) Accurately ripped

Track Peak [ CRC32 ] [W/O NULL] [ LOG ]
-- 99.9 [9A01E1DB] [98AFC778]
01 99.9 [649F0294] [4893435D] CRC32
02 99.9 [3CA35CD6] [6D879D3D] CRC32
03 99.9 [3EE18882] [5E33A531] CRC32
04 99.9 [3DAD00F8] [62E8E57C] CRC32
05 99.9 [9FEBA1A9] [E970764B] CRC32
06 99.9 [EE4D5485] [66F1747A] CRC32
07 99.9 [4159AD04] [7CE498DD] CRC32
08 99.9 [176884D2] [FBDCBAD5] CRC32
09 99.9 [7DB7747F] [7FE2184C] CRC32
10 99.9 [422F708B] [F6A80CA3] CRC32
11 99.9 [3BD1FD8D] [119E2454] [8727C71E] <-- Why is this track still different?
12 99.9 [D2DE2076] [611E0883] CRC32
13 99.9 [CF700673] [DE531C8B] CRC32


Also, can you guys help me readthose CT logs, specifically:

[CTDB TOCID: RphOu8zFqN8urSL9dgCcCc.eJw4-] found. <-- Table of Content ID, this I get.
[ CTDBID ] Status <-- Why is CTDBID (9a7c658f) not same as TOCID?
[9a7c658f] (40/40) Accurately ripped <-- What does this mean? Does this mean my rip is accurate?
[AccurateRip ID: 002059de-0142cf9a-b60fc70d] found. <-- Yet another ID, how many IDs does each CD have?
Track [ CRC ] Status
01 [3d4b3ecd] (43/48) Accurately ripped <-- Is this a compare against "AccurateRip ID: 002059de-0142cf9a-b60fc70d" ?
13 [fbb54872] (41/48) Accurately ripped
AccurateRip v2: <-- What does this mean, why does it NOT say "AccurateRip v2 ID: blabla", there's no ID in v2?
...

I realize I'm asking a lot, but while I understand the lines that display each track's accuracy, most of the rest of the log I do not understand. Why so many IDs (TOCID, CTDBID, AccurateRip ID), why no ID next to "AccurateRip v2" and for that matter, why v1 and v2? And what does that LOG column mean at the end of the log?

Thank you much for any help.
Best Regards,
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post Dec 11 2011, 16:07
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Wow that's a lot of questions. You couldn't find the answers somewhere in the other 67 pages?

QUOTE (B00ze @ Dec 11 2011, 06:16) *
How can it be different, if the track is repaired shouldn't I see "CRC32" in that column?
This can be found here. This section is provided for checking the files you have against the EAC log file found in the same folder as the files. It is telling you that (after repair) the CRC found in your EAC log file for track 11 is different than the actual file CRC.

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[ CTDBID ] Status <-- Why is CTDBID (9a7c658f) not same as TOCID?
This can be found here.

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[AccurateRip ID: 002059de-0142cf9a-b60fc70d] found. <-- Yet another ID, how many IDs does each CD have?
Different database. This section of the log is from the AccurateRip database (used by permission).

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post Dec 11 2011, 20:17
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Thanks alot for the lesson, I'd read the first ~10 pages and quit; I will go read the other 57 pages...

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Good day.

Alright, I've started reading this thread again (I'm at page 14 right now, this is taking forever!) while ripping CDs with EAC and I just noticed something. Are any of you aware of some issue with the CueTools plugin in EAC where it does not get called at all for some rips? I find that being able to repair rips is just awesome, and so I want to make sure I participate in submitting to CueTools whenever EAC does a good rip. However, sometimes there is no CueTools text at the bottom of the EAC log at all. Anyone know why?

Here's the EAC log in question; the rip is accurate, and not found in CTDB (I verified with CueTools) yet no CueTools entry at bottom of EAC log:

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Exact Audio Copy V1.0 beta 3 from 29. August 2011

EAC extraction logfile from 11. December 2011, 16:16

Rush / Power Windows

Used drive : PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-116D Adapter: 0 ID: 1

Read mode : Secure
Utilize accurate stream : Yes
Defeat audio cache : Yes
Make use of C2 pointers : No

Read offset correction : 96
Overread into Lead-In and Lead-Out : No
Fill up missing offset samples with silence : Yes
Delete leading and trailing silent blocks : No
Null samples used in CRC calculations : Yes
Used interface : Native Win32 interface for Win NT & 2000
Gap handling : Appended to previous track

Used output format : User Defined Encoder
Selected bitrate : 768 kBit/s
Quality : High
Add ID3 tag : No
Command line compressor : E:\Apps\WinXp\Media\EAC\FLAC\FLAC.EXE
Additional command line options : -8 -V -T "ARTIST=%artist%" -T "TITLE=%title%" -T "ALBUM=%albumtitle%" -T "DATE=%year%" -T "TRACKNUMBER=%tracknr%" -T "GENRE=%genre%" -T "COMMENT=%comment%" -T "BAND=%albuminterpret%" -T "ALBUMARTIST=%albuminterpret%" -T "COMPOSER=%composer%" %haslyrics%--tag-from-file=LYRICS="%lyricsfile%"%haslyrics% -T "DISCNUMBER=%cdnumber%" -T "TOTALDISCS=%totalcds%" -T "TOTALTRACKS=%numtracks%" %hascover%--picture="%coverfile%"%hascover% %source% -o %dest%


TOC of the extracted CD

Track | Start | Length | Start sector | End sector
---------------------------------------------------------
1 | 0:00.33 | 5:37.05 | 33 | 25312
2 | 5:37.38 | 5:06.37 | 25313 | 48299
3 | 10:44.00 | 5:07.38 | 48300 | 71362
4 | 15:51.38 | 6:11.42 | 71363 | 99229
5 | 22:03.05 | 6:20.38 | 99230 | 127767
6 | 28:23.43 | 5:15.60 | 127768 | 151452
7 | 33:39.28 | 5:10.62 | 151453 | 174764
8 | 38:50.15 | 5:55.28 | 174765 | 201417


Track 1

Filename F:\Data\Public\RECODE\Rush - Power Windows - 01 - The Big Money.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:02.33

Peak level 97.7 %
Extraction speed 4.7 X
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC D59C2942
Copy CRC D59C2942
Accurately ripped (confidence 3) [93C07912] (AR v1)
Copy OK

Track 2

Filename F:\Data\Public\RECODE\Rush - Power Windows - 02 - Grand Designs.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:00.70

Peak level 83.6 %
Extraction speed 2.9 X
Track quality 99.7 %
Test CRC 4D7083B1
Copy CRC 4D7083B1
Accurately ripped (confidence 3) [C4BBED12] (AR v1)
Copy OK

Track 3

Filename F:\Data\Public\RECODE\Rush - Power Windows - 03 - Manhattan Project.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:00.27

Peak level 92.0 %
Extraction speed 5.7 X
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC F6E1D407
Copy CRC F6E1D407
Accurately ripped (confidence 3) [775D8EF2] (AR v1)
Copy OK

Track 4

Filename F:\Data\Public\RECODE\Rush - Power Windows - 04 - Marathon.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:02.47

Peak level 78.1 %
Extraction speed 5.9 X
Track quality 99.9 %
Test CRC 5A16693B
Copy CRC 5A16693B
Accurately ripped (confidence 3) [50D9CE95] (AR v1)
Copy OK

Track 5

Filename F:\Data\Public\RECODE\Rush - Power Windows - 05 - Territories.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:01.59

Peak level 78.8 %
Extraction speed 6.3 X
Track quality 99.9 %
Test CRC F9E4B3C2
Copy CRC F9E4B3C2
Accurately ripped (confidence 3) [93EDCC52] (AR v1)
Copy OK

Track 6

Filename F:\Data\Public\RECODE\Rush - Power Windows - 06 - Middletown Dreams.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:01.07

Peak level 78.4 %
Extraction speed 5.8 X
Track quality 99.9 %
Test CRC FBDBDEE1
Copy CRC FBDBDEE1
Accurately ripped (confidence 3) [ED6A9F3D] (AR v1)
Copy OK

Track 7

Filename F:\Data\Public\RECODE\Rush - Power Windows - 07 - Emotion Detector.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:00.02

Peak level 91.3 %
Extraction speed 7.3 X
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC 6EFD2BD3
Copy CRC 6EFD2BD3
Accurately ripped (confidence 3) [4D4F40EB] (AR v1)
Copy OK

Track 8

Filename F:\Data\Public\RECODE\Rush - Power Windows - 08 - Mystic Rythms.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:00.67

Peak level 85.6 %
Extraction speed 3.0 X
Track quality 99.8 %
Test CRC 64F48D47
Copy CRC 64F48D47
Accurately ripped (confidence 3) [ECE4AA53] (AR v1)
Copy OK


All tracks accurately ripped

No errors occurred

End of status report

==== Log checksum 98AA8AA90805A95CA9140AE9E8C59332863B702BC6EB8D9177DD9BE9B5114091 ====

Is this a bug in EAC? Is there a thread on Hydrogen just for the EAC plugin? This happens alot where there is no CueTools entry at end of EAC log :-(

For now I re-rip such CDs with CueRipper just so it gets submitted (then discard the rip, I've already ripped it with EAC) but this is not a good solution...

Thank you much.
Best Regards,

PS: Why is this reply 10000 characters wide (no word-wrap?)

This post has been edited by B00ze: Dec 12 2011, 00:19
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mjb2006
post Dec 12 2011, 02:56
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It's a known issue with the CTDB plug-in for EAC:

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When copying selected tracks instead of an image, CTDB plugin doesn't process a CD if it has a HTOA (i.e. when first track does not start at 0:00:00).


Re: word wrap, it is being adversely affected by the "Additional command line options" line in your codebox. Not your fault.

Most info about CTDB, CUETools, CUERipper and the log files is only learned by reading third-party tutorials, having questions answered in forums, and just playing around with the software. It's on my to-do list to beef up the documentation in Gregory's wiki, and I did try to do that a little bit, but it's still in need of a lot of work. Feel free to register and lend a hand.

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sauvage78
post Dec 12 2011, 03:39
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Sorting stuff on my HDD I found this huuuge log ... I couldn't resist posting it wink.gif It's Iron Maiden - 2010 - The Final Frontier.

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[CUETools log; Date: 11/12/11 22:36:36; Version: 2.1.2a]
[CTDB TOCID: qUrQvKCekqMe8BhgyPUESesZhRM-] found.
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[2fd2ac1c] (7/8) Accurately ripped
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[AccurateRip ID: 001ad3a9-00d82b34-8911f60a] found.
Track [ CRC ] Status
01 [4bbc4d50] (005/216) Accurately ripped
02 [f25786ab] (005/216) Accurately ripped
03 [97baf0f5] (005/219) Accurately ripped
04 [61914777] (004/217) Accurately ripped
05 [3b7444dc] (004/217) Accurately ripped
06 [74a56f5c] (004/215) Accurately ripped
07 [6d565c22] (004/217) Accurately ripped
08 [0ad94419] (004/217) Accurately ripped
09 [bb396870] (003/214) Accurately ripped
10 [7b3de080] (004/214) Accurately ripped
Offsetted by 19:
01 [9b8654e5] (146/216) Accurately ripped
02 [39ca0056] (148/216) Accurately ripped
03 [c45c9420] (149/219) Accurately ripped
04 [e92e5920] (149/217) Accurately ripped
05 [e0d3fb82] (149/217) Accurately ripped
06 [e4b427d0] (149/215) Accurately ripped
07 [5f59da47] (149/217) Accurately ripped
08 [e97eb561] (149/217) Accurately ripped
09 [b5513330] (147/214) Accurately ripped
10 [d1ad382b] (146/214) Accurately ripped
Offsetted by 25:
01 [41476abf] (039/216) Accurately ripped
02 [8fb5f386] (039/216) Accurately ripped
03 [d4b5e8d6] (039/219) Accurately ripped
04 [eabd64d4] (038/217) Accurately ripped
05 [fb5cce76] (040/217) Accurately ripped
06 [dec9d720] (038/215) Accurately ripped
07 [e1f1e44f] (038/217) Accurately ripped
08 [5dfcb992] (038/217) Accurately ripped
09 [4996aca4] (038/214) Accurately ripped
10 [557cfaf6] (038/214) Accurately ripped
Offsetted by 1:
01 [b237dd3d] (002/216) Accurately ripped
02 [0eff8c46] (000/216) No match
03 [c9c4a85a] (002/219) Accurately ripped
04 [9030c7e9] (002/217) Accurately ripped
05 [6cba691a] (000/217) No match
06 [e99b5c78] (000/215) No match but offset
07 [e5027213] (002/217) Accurately ripped
08 [255745b7] (002/217) Accurately ripped
09 [f877c6cf] (002/214) Accurately ripped
10 [cfe775cc] (002/214) Accurately ripped

Track Peak [ CRC32 ] [W/O NULL] [ LOG ]
-- 100,0 [88B62A44] [E6A2450B] CRC32
01 100,0 [88DB9127] [3F9BFE55]
02 100,0 [6304AE32] [05C232FC]
03 100,0 [3C640803] [414C3EA4]
04 100,0 [CA556664] [3DD68C85]
05 100,0 [9A9F48CF] [7A6AF916]
06 100,0 [88108C86] [F767304D]
07 100,0 [72450FED] [4C3D2B60]
08 100,0 [0ECE4025] [874490CB]
09 100,0 [DC06AF9F] [0B960262]
10 100,0 [A4604796] [2784E74D]



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post Dec 13 2011, 01:37
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Ah, I should've re-checked that wiki; I do have it opened in one of the tabs in browser, but never thought to click on the plugin page (right now I'm trying to get thru this thread; I'm at page 32 right now). There's a lot of information to absorb.

Well then for now I guess I'll just use CueRipper to submit (CueTools is supposed to ask to submit at some point, there is a setting for this in advanced, but I haven't figured out how to get it to submit yet).

Thanks again for the information.
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QUOTE (B00ze @ Dec 13 2011, 01:37) *
CueTools is supposed to ask to submit at some point, there is a setting for this in advanced, but I haven't figured out how to get it to submit yet
Action: Verify will do it but only if AccurateRip confidence is 2+ and there is no current matching CTDB entry. You cannot add to an existing CTDB entry using Verify. Of course Submit to CTDB has to be True under Advanced. I apologize for being terse earlier.

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Good evening Korth.

I'm at page 46 of this thread, slowly moving forward.

I've been ripping more CDs and I find that CueRipper is WAY better than EAC when it comes to bad pressings. Where EAC detects 5-20 (yes, 20) "Suspicious" positions for some tracks and fails AR test, CueRipper detects 1 such position (or none) and passes AR test. I will post more about this later, but lets just say it is far better at error recovery than EAC (even with the 5*16 re-reads). CR is also much faster.

About submitting with CueTools:

I can't get it to submit; here is a verify which has a total confidence of 4, yet CueTools is not asking for submit (and yes, it's turned on in advanced settings):

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[CUETools log; Date: 2011-12-15 00:32:52; Version: 2.1.2a]
Pregap length 00:00:32.
[CTDB TOCID: aZdHKV0MXmQGVnILK0gQMr5Xytk-] disk not present in database.
[AccurateRip ID: 00081a88-002b8b53-46085e06] found.
Track [ CRC ] Status
01 [84595bf2] (2/6) Accurately ripped
02 [f801ab27] (2/6) Accurately ripped
03 [19ce2654] (2/6) Accurately ripped
04 [57eb60f1] (2/6) Accurately ripped
05 [f9360dff] (2/6) Accurately ripped
06 [557ae3b4] (2/6) Accurately ripped
Offsetted by 736:
01 [39fe3b12] (2/6) Accurately ripped
02 [2b7a8607] (2/6) Accurately ripped
03 [608b7354] (2/6) Accurately ripped
04 [411ad9d1] (2/6) Accurately ripped
05 [3727b09f] (2/6) Accurately ripped
06 [67d86dba] (2/6) Accurately ripped
Offsetted by 816:
01 [a6c7cdc2] (0/6) No match but offset
02 [b112ca57] (0/6) No match but offset
03 [89a006d4] (0/6) No match but offset
04 [54e2cb21] (0/6) No match but offset
05 [bde3588f] (0/6) No match but offset
06 [def9a21d] (0/6) No match but offset

Track Peak [ CRC32 ] [W/O NULL] [ LOG ]
-- 89.6 [1B2B1222] [50BA4722]
01 82.1 [F57FE8CA] [223180AE] CRC32
02 89.6 [DA634237] [554CECE9] CRC32
03 85.9 [B1A48338] [4E59B2DF] CRC32
04 78.6 [119B0E77] [3F293967] CRC32
05 82.7 [DA443803] [6BAC3CF0] CRC32
06 89.6 [1E6ABF03] [C797114A] CRC32

Am I mis-understanding something?

Thank you much.
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If I recall well CT will only submit if "Verify/Default" is used not "Verify/Only If Found". Maybe you're using "Verify/Only If Found".


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WooHoo, Success!

Merci beaucoup Sauvage, c'etait ca! I needed to verify at default. I dont need "Only If Found" anyway, I rip CDs one at a time and verify the rip immediately afterwards - i.e. I never batch verify anything. I think CT just defaulted to selecting that mode and I never dared touch it.

I guess it makes sense; you dont want the submit pop-up to show when you are verifying a thousand songs...

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Ah, found it! page 49 of the thread:
Only-If-Verify will not submit
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QUOTE (A_Man_Eating_Duck @ Nov 22 2011, 03:47) *
The slider on the right is the ripping method. Secure means that the track is is read twice and the checksums are compared to see if the rip is clean. Paranoid mode will rip the track 4 times and compare the checksums of each rip to make sure they match.

That does not seem entirely accurate; when I rip in paranoid mode I see "Ripping@..." once, then Retry 1 and Retry 2; no Retry 3... So I would say Paranoid reads 3 times (on sectors that have no errors). Paranoid might allow more retries than secure when there -are- errors, I haven't tried yet.

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CUERipper v2.1.2 Copyright (C) 2008-10 Gregory S. Chudov
This is free software under the GNU GPLv3+ license; There is NO WARRANTY, to
the extent permitted by law. <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/> for details.
Usage    : CUERipper.exe <options>

-S, --secure             secure mode, read each block twice (default);
-B, --burst              burst (1 pass) mode;
-P, --paranoid           maximum level of error correction;

Regards,

PS: Anyone know how to make CueRipper start in Paranoid mode? It resets to secure everytime I start it. I tried SecureMode=2 -> Ng; Tried ParanoidMode=1 but no go either. I don't think it has the ability to retain Paranoid in its settings file...

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QUOTE (B00ze @ Dec 16 2011, 05:28) *
I don't think it has the ability to retain Paranoid in its settings file...
SecureMode=2 would be the correct setting but CUERipper does not start in Paranoid mode. Why would you even want to use this mode on anything other than a badly scratched or scuffed disc? Secure mode will read each sector a minimum of 2 times and up to 32 times if the reads don't match.


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A feature that I would like to be in CT is the ability to check & update .accurip against the database in order to check lossy encoded files for which you know the lossless ID/CRC.

Exemple:
1- Rip a CD losslessly then check against AR/CTDB database, unfortunately the CD is not in database either because it is rare or new.
2- Unfortunately you don't have the HDD space to store it losslessly, so you encode it lossyly.
3- Happily as you have checked it when it was lossless you still have all the ID & CRC necessary to re-check later even without having the lossless data anymore.
4- With this new feature, update the lossless .accurip in order to verify if the rip is now in database & if it was really accurate.

Indeed if it's not accurate you cannot repair as it's lossy now, still it would be interesting to be able to verify afterward that a lossy rip was accurate before being encoded.


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Hey Gorth!

I dont mind Paranoid, I have several CDs in perfect condition (not a scratch, not a smudge, nothing) where both EAC and CueRipper read tons of errors (EAC took 12 hours to rip one of those and reported 20+ suspicious positions on 2 tracks; CueRipper ripped it in an hour and it passed AR, but the RED bar was always almost maxed). You become paranoid when this happens on several otherwise pristine CDs. I'd use CueRipper always, if it could do a few things more (external compressor with tags passed on command line, drop-box for album art, database, ...)

It's on one of those CDs that I had to re-rip with CueRipper that I noticed significant differences in PREGAP displayed in EAC/Cue logiles.

Look at this, same CD ripped with both programs:

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Exact Audio Copy V1.0 beta 3 from 29. August 2011
CUERipper v2.1.2 Copyright (C) 2008-10 Gregory S. Chudov

Rush / Moving Pictures

Used drive  : PIONEER DVD-RW  DVR-116D   Adapter: 0  ID: 1

     Track |   Start  |  Length  | Start sector | End sector
    ---------------------------------------------------------
        1  |  0:00.32 |  4:37.08 |        32    |    20814  
        2  |  4:37.40 |  6:10.70 |     20815    |    48634  
        3  | 10:48.35 |  4:26.00 |     48635    |    68584  
        4  | 15:14.35 |  4:21.35 |     68585    |    88194  
        5  | 19:35.70 | 11:00.00 |     88195    |   137694  
        6  | 30:35.70 |  4:45.52 |    137695    |   159121  
        7  | 35:21.47 |  4:46.73 |    159122    |   180644  

Track 1  EAC= Pre-gap length 0:00:02.32  CueRipper= Pre-gap length 0:00:02.42
Track 2  EAC= Pre-gap length 0:00:03.28  CueRipper= Pre-gap length 0:00:03.37
Track 3  EAC= Pre-gap length 0:00:00.68  CueRipper= Pre-gap length 0:00:00.90
Track 4  EAC= Pre-gap length 0:00:00.55  CueRipper= Pre-gap length 0:00:00.73
Track 5  EAC= Pre-gap length 0:00:01.04  CueRipper= Pre-gap length 0:00:01.05
Track 6  EAC= Pre-gap length 0:00:00.68  CueRipper= Pre-gap length 0:00:00.90
Track 7  EAC= Pre-gap length 0:00:01.47  CueRipper= Pre-gap length 0:00:01.62

Is there something wrong with CueRipper's gap detection?

Gregory:
Your database now contains almost all of the Rush albums; now that you're here (Canada) you're gonna have to start listening to Rush ;-) And if you end-up ripping your shiny new Rush CDs, you'll have an entry to compare against :-) You're in Ottawa right? If you're looking for a decent rock radio station, try 97.7fm; it's in Montreal but it might reach ya. They don't play enough Floyd, but they do play a lot of Rush, lol.

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I've just had CueRipper reach retry#61 on a rip before the red bar disappeared.
If Paranoid mode doubles the retries (32->64) I'd say it's worth it on some rips.
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Hi,

How can I split the image with this cue sheet?

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TRACK 01 AUDIO
TITLE "Man's Best Friend"
PERFORMER "Clark Hutchinson"
INDEX 01 00:00:00
TRACK 02 AUDIO
TITLE "Love Is The Light"
PERFORMER "Clark Hutchinson"
INDEX 01 05:50:40
TRACK 03 AUDIO
TITLE "The Light Burns On"
PERFORMER "Clark Hutchinson"
INDEX 00 05:51:04
INDEX 01 11:48:23
TRACK 04 AUDIO
TITLE "Come Up Here"
PERFORMER "Clark Hutchinson"
INDEX 00 05:51:14
INDEX 01 14:23:48
TRACK 05 AUDIO
TITLE "Disorentared. Part One."
PERFORMER "Clark Hutchinson"
INDEX 00 05:51:31
INDEX 01 17:22:02
TRACK 06 AUDIO
TITLE "Boat In The Morning Mist"
PERFORMER "Clark Hutchinson"
INDEX 00 05:51:62
INDEX 01 19:12:17
TRACK 07 AUDIO
TITLE "Oroented"
PERFORMER "Clark Hutchinson"
INDEX 00 05:52:42
INDEX 01 23:49:35
TRACK 08 AUDIO
TITLE "First Reminder"
PERFORMER "Clark Hutchinson"
INDEX 00 05:52:73
INDEX 01 25:35:36
TRACK 09 AUDIO
TITLE "Mix Elixir"
PERFORMER "Clark Hutchinson"
INDEX 00 06:20:67
INDEX 01 30:54:35
TRACK 10 AUDIO
TITLE "Poison"
PERFORMER "Clark Hutchinson"
INDEX 00 09:21:01
INDEX 01 33:54:45
TRACK 11 AUDIO
TITLE "Disoientated Part Two (As)"
PERFORMER "Clark Hutchinson"
INDEX 00 13:35:66
INDEX 01 38:09:18


The gaps look very odd, and I get this error: 'Exception: Indexes must be in chronological order' error.

Thank you.

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JeanV, you need to use codebox tags when posting logs, etc., so they appear in a scrollable section. Too late now.

What did you use to generate that cue sheet? Or did you just "find" it somewhere? It's damaged beyond repair.

The timestamp after each INDEX ## is supposed to be a position (minutes:seconds:frames format) within most recently mentioned audio FILE (or whichever file you're forcing the cue sheet to be used with). So track 10 index 01 begins at 33:54:45 and track 11 index 01 begins at 38:09:18 ... probably correct. But this means it is nonsensical for track 11 index 00, which is in between, to be at 13:35:66. The story is the same for all the other index 00s.

For splitting, you really only need the index 01s (because you're splitting on track boundaries, and for this disc there's no track 01 index 00 to worry about). So to "fix" the cue sheet, you could delete the INDEX 00 lines, and then it should "work". It no longer represents the original CD, but in this case, that's not a change from the status quo. It didn't represent the original CD properly anyway smile.gif

If you were to use the cue sheet with the index 00s deleted to burn a copy, the resulting CD-R will be mastered with no 'gaps' (places where you see the cd player count from a negative time up to 0:00 at the end of each track). The audio and the main track boundaries will be OK.

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QUOTE (korth @ Dec 11 2011, 16:07) *
Wow that's a lot of questions. You couldn't find the answers somewhere in the other 67 pages?


67 pages, that's a lot ... I would rather advise users to go to http://www.cuetools.net/wiki/ wink.gif

(And then perform a couple of searches, and then ask.)


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