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Audiochecker, Is it reliable?
Bodhi
post Jul 13 2010, 10:39
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Hello,

I've read somewhere that Audiochecker is fair enough but not 100% reliable. I've just checked some of my flac files and Audiochecker tells me sometimes that a file is 95% MPEG (while the rest of the album is 100% CDDA).

How can it be that sure (95%) while it is completely wrong since I ripped it myself from a CD? (or maybe my brand new CD was created from MPEG files laugh.gif )

Thank you in advance.
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phil_deez
post Nov 15 2012, 03:52
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Sorry for the thread revival, but just wanted to note for future google searches that I did a test with Audiochecker 2.0 beta. I converted some songs that I downloaded from iTunes (256kbps AAC) to FLAC. I then used Audiochecker to analyze the files and it showed that all but one were CDDA with 100% probability. This is proof enough to me that Audiochecker is not completely reliable if you weren't already skeptical.
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ThePampers
post Nov 18 2012, 17:37
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QUOTE (phil_deez @ Nov 15 2012, 03:52) *
Sorry for the thread revival, but just wanted to note for future google searches that I did a test with Audiochecker 2.0 beta. I converted some songs that I downloaded from iTunes (256kbps AAC) to FLAC. I then used Audiochecker to analyze the files and it showed that all but one were CDDA with 100% probability. This is proof enough to me that Audiochecker is not completely reliable if you weren't already skeptical.


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