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CUETools: What’s confidence 1? Is it my previous rip? How do I repair?, [TOS #6: was “CueTools confusion”]
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post Aug 20 2012, 16:19
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Years ago I had previously been ripping all of my old CD collection to mp3, and with the increase in storage space in recent years I decided I wanted proper FLAC rips. So I reripped all my CDs with EAC, except for the ones that had issues from being stored in a CD binder for many years. I have recently been ripping the ones with issues using Cue Ripper, because it seems to make a rip for use with CueTools, and I had hoped to be able to repair them. I guess I don't understand what it is trying to tell me. Here are the 6 I've ripped so far.

Various Artists - The Beavis and Butt-Head Experience.cue: verified OK, confidence 1.
Beck - Mellow Gold.cue: verified OK, confidence 1.
Blind Melon\1992 - Blind Melon\Blind Melon - Blind Melon.cue: verified OK, confidence 1.
Don Henley - Actual Miles_ Henley's Greatest Hits.cue: differs in 922 samples, confidence 24, or verified OK, confidence 1.
Sammy Hagar\1994 - Unboxed\Sammy Hagar - Unboxed.cue: verified OK, confidence 1.
1977 - Saturday Night Fever\Various Artists - Saturday Night Fever.cue: verified OK, confidence 1.

As you can see, most of them say they verify ok, with a confidence of 1. I assume this is wrong and the confidence of 1 is my own rip that for some reason CueRipper said it was submitting? I don't like submitting bad rips obviously, but I didn't see anywhere in the options to turn it off.

Here are the logs for one of the rips.

CODE
CUERipper v2.1.4 Copyright © 2008-12 Grigory Chudov

EAC extraction logfile from 20. August 2012, 9:55

Various Artists / Saturday Night Fever

Used drive : TSSTcorp DVD-ROM TS-H353B Adapter: 1 ID: 0

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

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 : Internal WAV Routines
Sample format : 44.100 Hz; 16 Bit; Stereo


TOC of the extracted CD

Track | Start | Length | Start sector | End sector
---------------------------------------------------------
1 | 0:00.00 | 4:45.22 | 0 | 21396
2 | 4:45.22 | 4:05.00 | 21397 | 39771
3 | 8:50.22 | 3:33.25 | 39772 | 55771
4 | 12:23.47 | 3:17.33 | 55772 | 70579
5 | 15:41.05 | 3:00.32 | 70580 | 84111
6 | 18:41.37 | 3:03.13 | 84112 | 97849
7 | 21:44.50 | 3:17.17 | 97850 | 112641
8 | 25:01.67 | 4:44.63 | 112642 | 134004
9 | 29:46.55 | 7:50.70 | 134005 | 169324
10 | 37:37.50 | 5:12.40 | 169325 | 192764
11 | 42:50.15 | 4:01.15 | 192765 | 210854
12 | 46:51.30 | 3:43.55 | 210855 | 227634
13 | 50:35.10 | 4:14.37 | 227635 | 246721
14 | 54:49.47 | 2:17.33 | 246722 | 257029
15 | 57:07.05 | 3:50.47 | 257030 | 274326
16 | 60:57.52 | 4:13.10 | 274327 | 293311
17 | 65:10.62 | 10:51.03 | 293312 | 342139


Track 1

Filename C:\Users\benglish\Music\Various Artists\1977 - Saturday Night Fever\01. Stayin' Alive.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:02.00

Peak level 80.3 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Copy CRC 1A47C83E
Accurately ripped (confidence 15) [6F32C61F]
Copy OK

Track 2

Filename C:\Users\benglish\Music\Various Artists\1977 - Saturday Night Fever\02. How Deep Is Your Love.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:01.42

Suspicious position 0:01:45
Suspicious position 0:01:47 - 0:01:49
Suspicious position 0:01:51
Suspicious position 0:01:55
Suspicious position 0:01:58
Suspicious position 0:02:01
Suspicious position 0:02:04

Peak level 73.7 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Copy CRC 7E2E1A06
Cannot be verified as accurate (confidence 251) [795E95D0], AccurateRip returned [27E1C049]
Copy OK

Track 3

Filename C:\Users\benglish\Music\Various Artists\1977 - Saturday Night Fever\03. Night Fever.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:01.26

Peak level 84.7 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Copy CRC B3370129
Accurately ripped (confidence 15) [6D633735]
Copy OK

Track 4

Filename C:\Users\benglish\Music\Various Artists\1977 - Saturday Night Fever\04. More Than a Woman.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:01.86

Peak level 78.9 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Copy CRC 316018CB
Accurately ripped (confidence 15) [02932EB6]
Copy OK

Track 5

Filename C:\Users\benglish\Music\Various Artists\1977 - Saturday Night Fever\05. If I Can't Have You.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:01.17

Peak level 85.0 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Copy CRC CB31A79B
Accurately ripped (confidence 15) [CF305B72]
Copy OK

Track 6

Filename C:\Users\benglish\Music\Various Artists\1977 - Saturday Night Fever\06. A Fifth of Beethoven.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:02.46

Peak level 81.9 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Copy CRC 1A7C806C
Accurately ripped (confidence 15) [63DC8EFB]
Copy OK

Track 7

Filename C:\Users\benglish\Music\Various Artists\1977 - Saturday Night Fever\07. More Than a Woman.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:00.80

Peak level 85.1 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Copy CRC FD53A214
Accurately ripped (confidence 15) [FB754F6E]
Copy OK

Track 8

Filename C:\Users\benglish\Music\Various Artists\1977 - Saturday Night Fever\08. Manhattan Skyline.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:01.33

Peak level 83.5 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Copy CRC C5664506
Accurately ripped (confidence 15) [A8F3EB11]
Copy OK

Track 9

Filename C:\Users\benglish\Music\Various Artists\1977 - Saturday Night Fever\09. Calypso Breakdown.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:01.84

Peak level 81.8 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Copy CRC 9E802631
Accurately ripped (confidence 15) [181C303A]
Copy OK

Track 10

Filename C:\Users\benglish\Music\Various Artists\1977 - Saturday Night Fever\10. Night on Disco Mountain.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:01.26

Peak level 80.9 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Copy CRC A414E9E1
Accurately ripped (confidence 15) [A7225969]
Copy OK

Track 11

Filename C:\Users\benglish\Music\Various Artists\1977 - Saturday Night Fever\11. Open Sesame.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:00.44

Peak level 96.0 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Copy CRC 524312D2
Accurately ripped (confidence 15) [AC6E95A3]
Copy OK

Track 12

Filename C:\Users\benglish\Music\Various Artists\1977 - Saturday Night Fever\12. Jive Talkin'.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:01.82

Suspicious position 0:00:18 - 0:00:19
Suspicious position 0:00:21
Suspicious position 0:00:25 - 0:00:26
Suspicious position 0:00:29 - 0:00:32
Suspicious position 0:00:36
Suspicious position 0:00:41 - 0:00:42
Suspicious position 0:00:44
Suspicious position 0:00:56
Suspicious position 0:01:00
Suspicious position 0:01:16
Suspicious position 0:01:51 - 0:01:52
Suspicious position 0:03:25
Suspicious position 0:03:41

Peak level 92.6 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Copy CRC AE503B4D
Cannot be verified as accurate (confidence 249) [DD68AA42], AccurateRip returned [BED60A73]
Copy OK

Track 13

Filename C:\Users\benglish\Music\Various Artists\1977 - Saturday Night Fever\13. You Should Be Dancing.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:00.57

Suspicious position 0:00:09 - 0:00:10
Suspicious position 0:00:12
Suspicious position 0:00:14
Suspicious position 0:00:21
Suspicious position 0:00:29
Suspicious position 0:00:34
Suspicious position 0:00:38 - 0:00:41
Suspicious position 0:00:45
Suspicious position 0:00:51

Peak level 91.4 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Copy CRC 2B96231B
Cannot be verified as accurate (confidence 247) [6F6A42F6], AccurateRip returned [AF3207E4]
Copy OK

Track 14

Filename C:\Users\benglish\Music\Various Artists\1977 - Saturday Night Fever\14. Boogie Shoes.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:00.80

Suspicious position 0:00:54

Peak level 78.1 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Copy CRC F1E3082A
Cannot be verified as accurate (confidence 250) [CE199DF4], AccurateRip returned [21A2D4A5]
Copy OK

Track 15

Filename C:\Users\benglish\Music\Various Artists\1977 - Saturday Night Fever\15. Salsation.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:01.37

Peak level 78.1 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Copy CRC 15B835A2
Accurately ripped (confidence 14) [840C3C21]
Copy OK

Track 16

Filename C:\Users\benglish\Music\Various Artists\1977 - Saturday Night Fever\16. K-Jee.wav

Peak level 88.3 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Copy CRC 21446D60
Accurately ripped (confidence 14) [E3B84B5F]
Copy OK

Track 17

Filename C:\Users\benglish\Music\Various Artists\1977 - Saturday Night Fever\17. Disco Inferno.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:00.16

Peak level 88.1 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Copy CRC E47DC69D
Accurately ripped (confidence 12) [A36675D2]
Copy OK


13 track(s) accurately ripped

Some tracks could not be verified as accurate

There were errors

End of status report


CODE
[CUETools log; Date: 8/20/2012 9:55:10 AM; Version: 2.1.4]
[CTDB TOCID: iDCmZepn3A39a9faToSFfE8PJ7Q-] found.
Track | CTDB Status
1 | (26/26) Accurately ripped
2 | ( 0/26) No match
3 | (26/26) Accurately ripped
4 | (26/26) Accurately ripped
5 | (24/26) Accurately ripped
6 | (26/26) Accurately ripped
7 | (25/26) Accurately ripped
8 | (25/26) Accurately ripped
9 | (24/26) Accurately ripped
10 | (24/26) Accurately ripped
11 | (25/26) Accurately ripped
12 | ( 0/26) No match
13 | ( 0/26) No match
14 | ( 0/26) No match
15 | (21/26) Accurately ripped
16 | (24/26) Accurately ripped
17 | (21/26) Accurately ripped
[AccurateRip ID: 002b2fa1-022816c0-f311d111] found.
Track [ CRC | V2 ] Status
01 [6f32c61f|9189af17] (011+004/249) Accurately ripped
02 [795e95d0|c11e2fa3] (000+000/251) No match
03 [6d633735|82655283] (011+004/251) Accurately ripped
04 [02932eb6|bae57f16] (011+004/251) Accurately ripped
05 [cf305b72|87a385c9] (011+004/248) Accurately ripped
06 [63dc8efb|2ad57c75] (011+004/246) Accurately ripped
07 [fb754f6e|9520b8f3] (011+004/248) Accurately ripped
08 [a8f3eb11|513aaf45] (011+004/244) Accurately ripped
09 [181c303a|c6b63e49] (011+004/247) Accurately ripped
10 [a7225969|5b683fff] (011+004/246) Accurately ripped
11 [ac6e95a3|77e2c460] (011+004/247) Accurately ripped
12 [dd68aa42|b58a0037] (000+000/249) No match
13 [6f6a42f6|d7c01662] (000+000/247) No match
14 [ce199df4|2ee69d58] (000+000/250) No match
15 [840c3c21|5342bb5f] (010+004/245) Accurately ripped
16 [e3b84b5f|f2faccef] (010+004/242) Accurately ripped
17 [a36675d2|87aee572] (009+003/220) Accurately ripped
Offsetted by -1087:
01 [829f70c8] (009/249) Accurately ripped
02 [0c667318] (000/251) No match (V2 was not tested)
03 [bcbdef4b] (009/251) Accurately ripped
04 [36f1200a] (009/251) Accurately ripped
05 [5c0727e0] (009/248) Accurately ripped
06 [daa2264a] (009/246) Accurately ripped
07 [f006a0c4] (009/248) Accurately ripped
08 [f8f88e04] (009/244) Accurately ripped
09 [c1416776] (009/247) Accurately ripped
10 [01738f68] (009/246) Accurately ripped
11 [b3693fc0] (009/247) Accurately ripped
12 [86bc104d] (000/249) No match (V2 was not tested)
13 [cbccb4a1] (000/247) No match (V2 was not tested)
14 [a13b9460] (000/250) No match (V2 was not tested)
15 [e15f258b] (008/245) Accurately ripped
16 [3e02c070] (009/242) Accurately ripped
17 [9a35afd2] (009/220) Accurately ripped
Offsetted by -171:
01 [7f71527c] (003/249) Accurately ripped
02 [4cac20b8] (000/251) No match (V2 was not tested)
03 [4f7aac03] (003/251) Accurately ripped
04 [2e60049a] (003/251) Accurately ripped
05 [5408e778] (003/248) Accurately ripped
06 [41caa7f6] (003/246) Accurately ripped
07 [1e29f67c] (003/248) Accurately ripped
08 [ce08aa80] (003/244) Accurately ripped
09 [74a97626] (003/247) Accurately ripped
10 [c7b64ed4] (003/246) Accurately ripped
11 [f6113084] (003/247) Accurately ripped
12 [18c836a9] (000/249) No match (V2 was not tested)
13 [2ffe937d] (000/247) No match (V2 was not tested)
14 [7460aad0] (000/250) No match (V2 was not tested)
15 [86b7c6d3] (003/245) Accurately ripped
16 [f9ee6644] (003/242) Accurately ripped
17 [6d3337d2] (003/220) Accurately ripped
Offsetted by 2:
01 [4397d7f1] (011/249) Accurately ripped
02 [a2503460] (000/251) No match (V2 was not tested)
03 [e7002261] (011/251) Accurately ripped
04 [486cdb5e] (011/251) Accurately ripped
05 [d81d5b4e] (010/248) Accurately ripped
06 [11ebbd19] (010/246) Accurately ripped
07 [99be0d1a] (010/248) Accurately ripped
08 [a108a277] (010/244) Accurately ripped
09 [3df39cb2] (010/247) Accurately ripped
10 [e1239ce7] (010/246) Accurately ripped
11 [3cc9805d] (010/247) Accurately ripped
12 [1a1833d8] (000/249) No match (V2 was not tested)
13 [a30eb3cc] (000/247) No match (V2 was not tested)
14 [4869a0cc] (000/250) No match (V2 was not tested)
15 [ddd753f5] (010/245) Accurately ripped
16 [523e6601] (010/242) Accurately ripped
17 [51b1e9d2] (009/220) Accurately ripped
Offsetted by 239:
01 [946097a6] (002/249) Accurately ripped
02 [16281a08] (000/251) No match (V2 was not tested)
03 [b222fe3f] (002/251) Accurately ripped
04 [1daf4722] (002/251) Accurately ripped
05 [79d1caa4] (002/248) Accurately ripped
06 [a3f295fc] (002/246) Accurately ripped
07 [de69d938] (000/248) No match (V2 was not tested)
08 [769f872e] (002/244) Accurately ripped
09 [c22b523e] (002/247) Accurately ripped
10 [3ab95aba] (002/246) Accurately ripped
11 [8edf2776] (002/247) Accurately ripped
12 [b15963c7] (000/249) No match (V2 was not tested)
13 [8aaceedb] (000/247) No match (V2 was not tested)
14 [6672f1c8] (000/250) No match (V2 was not tested)
15 [6e59db97] (002/245) Accurately ripped
16 [7b51b9fe] (002/242) Accurately ripped
17 [ff9f1bd2] (002/220) Accurately ripped
Offsetted by 241:
01 [68c5a978] (030/249) Accurately ripped
02 [3f19b898] (000/251) No match (V2 was not tested)
03 [2bbfe96b] (032/251) Accurately ripped
04 [6388f3ca] (032/251) Accurately ripped
05 [82beca80] (032/248) Accurately ripped
06 [5201c41a] (032/246) Accurately ripped
07 [7cb296e4] (032/248) Accurately ripped
08 [6eb43e94] (032/244) Accurately ripped
09 [e802beb6] (032/247) Accurately ripped
10 [74ba9e38] (032/246) Accurately ripped
11 [1f3a1230] (032/247) Accurately ripped
12 [ee08ed5d] (000/249) No match (V2 was not tested)
13 [be515fb1] (000/247) No match (V2 was not tested)
14 [e0c2f4a0] (000/250) No match (V2 was not tested)
15 [c824f36b] (032/245) Accurately ripped
16 [e9d7d4a0] (032/242) Accurately ripped
17 [adea8fd2] (032/220) Accurately ripped
Offsetted by 261:
01 [b4b85bac] (008/249) Accurately ripped
02 [d889ea38] (000/251) No match (V2 was not tested)
03 [ebe11923] (008/251) Accurately ripped
04 [1e09b25a] (008/251) Accurately ripped
05 [dc00c918] (006/248) Accurately ripped
06 [1e999146] (006/246) Accurately ripped
07 [ab89ff9c] (007/248) Accurately ripped
08 [1f836890] (006/244) Accurately ripped
09 [626cfb66] (006/247) Accurately ripped
10 [b8c74124] (007/246) Accurately ripped
11 [c2c73d74] (007/247) Accurately ripped
12 [4ce44d39] (000/249) No match (V2 was not tested)
13 [c2bdc80d] (000/247) No match (V2 was not tested)
14 [a7e31110] (000/250) No match (V2 was not tested)
15 [4a13e1b3] (008/245) Accurately ripped
16 [3b14def4] (008/242) Accurately ripped
17 [7cdd17d2] (004/220) Accurately ripped
Offsetted by 276:
01 [edae6153] (049/249) Accurately ripped
02 [8b9e0f70] (000/251) No match (V2 was not tested)
03 [fbf9fced] (049/251) Accurately ripped
04 [a9ea4146] (050/251) Accurately ripped
05 [9ef2480a] (050/248) Accurately ripped
06 [380b6b27] (050/246) Accurately ripped
07 [4eab8e26] (048/248) Accurately ripped
08 [641ec80d] (046/244) Accurately ripped
09 [7e3ca8ea] (049/247) Accurately ripped
10 [ebd0bb55] (048/246) Accurately ripped
11 [7d711de7] (049/247) Accurately ripped
12 [9408d51e] (000/249) No match (V2 was not tested)
13 [460f1652] (000/247) No match (V2 was not tested)
14 [bd3b2664] (000/250) No match (V2 was not tested)
15 [eb871469] (048/245) Accurately ripped
16 [7802a6b3] (044/242) Accurately ripped
17 [9812fdd2] (041/220) Accurately ripped
Offsetted by 292:
01 [90d6efe3] (033/249) Accurately ripped
02 [d32b03f0] (000/251) No match (V2 was not tested)
03 [c8e1564d] (034/251) Accurately ripped
04 [d8b7a686] (033/251) Accurately ripped
05 [e65a46ea] (033/248) Accurately ripped
06 [a884dc17] (033/246) Accurately ripped
07 [40f17b86] (033/248) Accurately ripped
08 [24c4833d] (032/244) Accurately ripped
09 [acf80caa] (032/247) Accurately ripped
10 [bbdad745] (032/246) Accurately ripped
11 [004873b7] (032/247) Accurately ripped
12 [798521ce] (000/249) No match (V2 was not tested)
13 [e3329d02] (000/247) No match (V2 was not tested)
14 [8fbb3d24] (000/250) No match (V2 was not tested)
15 [b9dfd309] (033/245) Accurately ripped
16 [ec337bc3] (033/242) Accurately ripped
17 [0a6e9dd2] (031/220) Accurately ripped
Offsetted by 2081:
01 [b3fdb428] (007/249) Accurately ripped
02 [636b8e18] (000/251) No match (V2 was not tested)
03 [37ad0f8b] (007/251) Accurately ripped
04 [69cd6f8a] (007/251) Accurately ripped
05 [96764920] (007/248) Accurately ripped
06 [d88f7fea] (006/246) Accurately ripped
07 [521c3904] (007/248) Accurately ripped
08 [f9275524] (006/244) Accurately ripped
09 [e6308df6] (006/247) Accurately ripped
10 [e9452b08] (007/246) Accurately ripped
11 [e5f59ea0] (006/247) Accurately ripped
12 [04df606d] (000/249) No match (V2 was not tested)
13 [5546e0c1] (000/247) No match
14 [704d2ce0] (000/250) No match (V2 was not tested)
15 [7a02954b] (006/245) Accurately ripped
16 [1bc78ad0] (006/242) Accurately ripped
17 [0d136fd2] (003/220) Accurately ripped
Offsetted by 2204:
01 [ba457c1b] (017/249) Accurately ripped
02 [b97725b0] (000/251) No match (V2 was not tested)
03 [eedf8e9d] (017/251) Accurately ripped
04 [b19869e6] (017/251) Accurately ripped
05 [3b65c07a] (017/248) Accurately ripped
06 [a935141f] (017/246) Accurately ripped
07 [5895c9d6] (018/248) Accurately ripped
08 [92216425] (018/244) Accurately ripped
09 [fd711cca] (018/247) Accurately ripped
10 [5892e1cd] (018/246) Accurately ripped
11 [13cd024f] (018/247) Accurately ripped
12 [190aedf6] (000/249) No match (V2 was not tested)
13 [bd47fc2a] (000/247) No match
14 [5285dbc4] (000/250) No match (V2 was not tested)
15 [0c4cceb9] (017/245) Accurately ripped
16 [a8fef0bb] (018/242) Accurately ripped
17 [ec33cdd2] (019/220) Accurately ripped
Offsetted by 2306:
01 [0a6808f1] (006/249) Accurately ripped
02 [e199bc60] (000/251) No match (V2 was not tested)
03 [29226861] (006/251) Accurately ripped
04 [9bf5cf5e] (006/251) Accurately ripped
05 [029cb94e] (006/248) Accurately ripped
06 [563b4419] (006/246) Accurately ripped
07 [e113931a] (007/248) Accurately ripped
08 [fe41ed77] (007/244) Accurately ripped
09 [875bb8b2] (006/247) Accurately ripped
10 [e6d353e7] (006/246) Accurately ripped
11 [d5e9c55d] (006/247) Accurately ripped
12 [300356d8] (000/249) No match (V2 was not tested)
13 [070a76cc] (000/247) No match
14 [b0766ccc] (000/250) No match (V2 was not tested)
15 [efc28df5] (006/245) Accurately ripped
16 [adb63f01] (006/242) Accurately ripped
17 [a53be9d2] (005/220) Accurately ripped
Offsetted by 2683:
01 [6ed3a812] (031/249) Accurately ripped
02 [8782fd68] (000/251) No match (V2 was not tested)
03 [352d9247] (031/251) Accurately ripped
04 [8abd7112] (031/251) Accurately ripped
05 [151f1ecc] (030/248) Accurately ripped
06 [8068b930] (030/246) Accurately ripped
07 [6da33c40] (031/248) Accurately ripped
08 [a982f812] (031/244) Accurately ripped
09 [647b170e] (031/247) Accurately ripped
10 [1cc1862e] (030/246) Accurately ripped
11 [a0db9b52] (031/247) Accurately ripped
12 [5f4425cb] (000/249) No match (V2 was not tested)
13 [0d9f8c5f] (000/247) No match
14 [406084d8] (000/250) No match (V2 was not tested)
15 [0dcd998f] (030/245) Accurately ripped
16 [0f74db4a] (031/242) Accurately ripped
17 [fbcad3d2] (026/220) Accurately ripped

Track Peak [ CRC32 ] [W/O NULL]
-- 96.0 [40F87A9D] [0EE902EF]
01 80.3 [1A47C83E] [EF6CAE2A]
02 73.7 [7E2E1A06] [EA7163E3]
03 84.7 [B3370129] [977EDC87]
04 78.9 [316018CB] [C89ABEC2]
05 85.0 [CB31A79B] [D4231790]
06 81.9 [1A7C806C] [FB4E87E9]
07 85.1 [FD53A214] [3DE62D9A]
08 83.5 [C5664506] [E36E5374]
09 81.8 [9E802631] [3E7D4283]
10 80.9 [A414E9E1] [644FCF4D]
11 96.0 [524312D2] [676B07E5]
12 92.6 [AE503B4D] [737ED6C4]
13 91.4 [2B96231B] [D035260A]
14 78.1 [F1E3082A] [CFCD4E00]
15 78.1 [15B835A2] [49A08949]
16 88.3 [21446D60] [12F7E014]
17 88.1 [E47DC69D] [46221FF7]


Is there anything I am doing wrong, or am I just not understanding how CueTools works? Obvioulsy I would like to repair these, however if it is not possible I understand, and I am more concerned with it telling me that the rip is ok.
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post Aug 20 2012, 17:20
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- You don't have to use CUERipper to use CUETools. CUETools works fine on EAC rips.
- It looks like you might be getting a little confused between CTDB (CUETools DataBase) and AR (AccurateRip DataBase) confidence levels. Did you look at the CUETools log page?
- You should not repair if the CTDB confidence is less than 2. (higher would be better).
- CUERipper submits all rips. The server is supposed to filter out the bad ones.
- Your list of results seem incomplete. There should be AR: results and CTDB: results.
- If this list is from the CUETools log window, single-line results means you are verifying in a batch mode. Please note that the repair script should not be used in batch modes.
The Don Henley rip does need repair or re-rip. I'll help with the repair if you need it. I'll be writing a guide for the wiki soon.

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QUOTE (korth @ Aug 20 2012, 12:20) *
- You don't have to use CUERipper to use CUETools. CUETools works fine on EAC rips.
- It looks like you might be getting a little confused between CTDB (CUETools DataBase) and AR (AccurateRip DataBase) confidence levels. Did you look at the CUETools log page?
- You should not repair if the CTDB confidence is less than 2. (higher would be better).
- CUERipper submits all rips. The server is supposed to filter out the bad ones.
- Your list of results seem incomplete. There should be AR: results and CTDB: results.
- If this list is from the CUETools log window, single-line results means you are verifying in a batch mode. Please note that the repair script should not be used in batch modes.
The Don Henley rip does need repair or re-rip. I'll help with the repair if you need it. I'll be writing a guide for the wiki soon.


1. Yeah I figured that, but as long as it produces good results, why not? It seems to operate under the same principles as EAC, secure mode, verification, etc. I never made cue sheets when I did it before before, so I figured I'd redo the rips anyway.
2. I guess I was confused, so I read that page. I didn't really tell me why I was getting a confidence of 1 though, that was the result directly from the CueTools batch log window.
3. Noted.
4. Fair enough, as long as the server knows what it is doing I am ok with it submitting.
5. I provided both logs for one of the items on the list I posted. One had a .txt extension, one had a .accurip extension. The first single line I posted was when I ran a "repair" with CueTools, see the screenshot here. Am I missing something else?
6. Looks like this may be the case, but I seem to be missing where to turn off batch mode.

Thanks for the help, and yes, I would like to be able to repair any rips that I possibly can. Thanks.
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post Aug 20 2012, 18:07
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The repair (doing this quick so I hope I don't miss anything)
See CUETools Settings if you get lost. I did explain batch modes a little there.

Input: Folder Browser
Expand Henley folder and select the CUE file. (this is a single-disc mode instead of batch)
Output: your choice
Action: Encode {script} repair (from dropbox)
Mode: same as CUERipper
Audio Output: same as CUERipper
Extra: leave everything zero

Go

The metadata window will popup
Select CUE (CUE file), pencil (local database), blue tag (audio file meta tags), or you can make a new database selection.

CUETools will verify rip.

A selection window will popup.
Select the one that differs in 922 samples.

The repair will continue

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didn't really tell me why I was getting a confidence of 1 though
Your list of results seem incomplete. There should be AR: results and CTDB: results. Assuming the confidence of 1 is the CTDB result, the CTDB was just upgraded and is newer than the AR database.
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when I ran a "repair" with CueTools, see the screenshot here. Am I missing something else?
Drag'n'drop mode is a batch mode. Popup windows are disabled in batch modes.

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It looks like the majority of my problem was me running CueTools in a batch mode, I was using drag and drop. Using the other methods, I was able to repair several rips! Thanks a bunch.

Quick question, I assume if it can't repair it, it won't do anything? Sometimes my rips just say they can't be verified as accurate without listing the number of different samples or anything. Does that mean insufficient data? In theory, if that's what is going on, should I save these rips and try to verify them a few months down the road, will more data be available to fix them?
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Yes, if a rip doesn't need to be repaired or it can't be repaired the script will abort.
If the CTDB finds an entry but just shows 'No Match' then too many samples differ for a repair.
New entries are submitted every day so there is chance it will match later entries.
[EDIT: entry; entries]

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QUOTE (korth @ Aug 20 2012, 19:32) *
Yes, if a rip doesn't need to be repaired or it can't be repaired the script will abort.
If the CTDB finds an entry but just shows 'No Match' then too many samples differ for a repair.
New entries are submitted every day so there is chance it will match a later entry.


New submissions of the same rip, won't help? Or does CTDB increase redundancy with number of submissions?


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CUETools Database Plugin for EAC
Known Issues
CTDB accepts the recovery record portion of a submission when the plugin reports the rip quality as 100%, but since EAC doesn't yet report suspicious positions to the plugin, the quality may be reported to CTDB as 100% when it is actually less than that. This causes CTDB to wrongly accept a recovery record which could be used to "repair" future rips to match the bad rip

Unfortunately some of the confidence 1 entries could be from bad rips or could show as No Match. New and correct rips submitted later might be used for repair.

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- You should not repair if the CTDB confidence is less than 2. (higher would be better).


What about the situation where a repair can be made with a confidence of 1 but the resulting repair matches the AccurateRip data with a high confidence? Would this be considered a safe repair to make?
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Of course. Just don't want you (or others reading) to assume all confidence 1 entries are good. You can usually tell after looking over the CUETools log (file *.accurip) and comparing that to your rip log. For example, you probably don't want to use an entry that shows track 4 and track 8 needs repair when the AR results and rip log both show track 4 has problems but track 8 is good.

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