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XLD, New original secure ripping engine
Billytheonion
post Nov 15 2010, 19:30
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XLD Version 20101115:

Introduced a new original secure ripping engine
This is a brand-new secure ripping engine employing a statistical error correction and a cache defeat. Generally it shows a better and more consistent result than the existing CDParanoia engine, especially on slightly damaged discs. At this moment it is not turned on by default, but I recommend everyone try it. Enabled by setting "Ripper Mode" option to "XLD Secure Ripper".
Here is a description of the error in the report:
Jitter error (maybe fixed)
Number of reads which caused a jitter error. The error occurs when seeking between sectors back and forward heavily - the drive fails to return the accurate sector position and returns a slightly moved position. Fixed by the program in most cases.
Retry sector count
Number of sectors which needed a retry read. The program performs a retry read when the 1st and the 2nd (verify) read results do not match (or when C2 error is detected). In case a statistically consistent result was found with the retry reads, this count is incremented. Not a problem in most cases.
Damaged sector count
Number of sectors in which the program was unable to find a statistically consistent result with the retry reads. Bad result in most cases.
Implemented a new CD ripper backed
Libcdio was used as a backend so far, but now it has been replaced with my original implementation. Many troubles like a hangup on CD-extra discs should be fixed now.
Removed a support for CDParanoia II 9.8 engine

People whom have tried this what are your opinions ?
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- Billytheonion   XLD, New original secure ripping engine   Nov 15 2010, 19:30
- - rscholl   I've been using XLD for quite some time now, a...   Nov 15 2010, 22:09
- - Eli   I don't have a Mac, but nice to know for all t...   Nov 15 2010, 23:24
- - Pepzhez   The latest XLD update fixes the disc opening bug. ...   Nov 17 2010, 08:47
|- - SmashCan   QUOTE (Pepzhez @ Nov 17 2010, 09:47) I re...   Nov 22 2010, 19:03
- - Billytheonion   It's been a hit and miss some discs work bette...   Nov 17 2010, 15:00
- - gothighscore   Tried the new engine on one of my slightly scratch...   Nov 17 2010, 15:52
- - rscholl   QUOTE (Pepzhez @ Nov 17 2010, 09:47) The ...   Nov 17 2010, 18:28
- - kawaiigardiner   Love the new 'XLD Secure Ripper' which is ...   Nov 25 2010, 08:57
- - Engelsstaub   I'm not using a Mac at the moment, but if I wa...   Nov 25 2010, 09:28
- - Billytheonion   Ever since the last update discs that used to refu...   Nov 25 2010, 14:51
|- - kawaiigardiner   QUOTE (Billytheonion @ Nov 26 2010, 02:51...   Nov 26 2010, 04:34
|- - Billytheonion   XLD has never frozen on me. The cd's just get ...   Nov 26 2010, 19:01
- - Phasenoise   Has anyone noticed that rips using the secure mode...   Dec 13 2010, 19:20
- - greynol   I haven't, no. Per TOS #8 do you have any dou...   Dec 13 2010, 19:25
- - Phasenoise   No sorry just been ripping my library for the firs...   Dec 13 2010, 19:51
- - Phasenoise   Been listening for the past few hours and I must h...   Dec 14 2010, 04:36
- - greynol   If the CRCs match then the data will be identical....   Dec 14 2010, 05:08
- - mixminus1   Exactly - that's what cables are for. @Ph...   Dec 14 2010, 15:51
- - Jason Newton   I'd like to really thank you for the XLD Secur...   Jul 25 2011, 09:55
- - mattn   What I find is that XLDSecure often fails to rip a...   Aug 22 2011, 01:42
- - Engelsstaub   I'm sold. I just now (sorry about this) test...   Sep 2 2011, 10:41


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