It shows two sets of track lists.
[AccurateRip ID: 001b4292-0109631f-9f110c0c] found.Track [ CRC | V2 ] Status 01 [278d9e28|411e90c1] (30+03/50) Accurately ripped 02 [8b91b62c|7f8d40ff] (31+03/51) Accurately ripped 03 [9efd7d6d|4f8fc277] (31+03/51) Accurately ripped 04 [fd8786f4|1acf4388] (30+02/49) Accurately ripped 05 [2fb9239a|79f6b6aa] (30+02/49) Accurately ripped 06 [3a16e301|3222b3c1] (30+02/49) Accurately ripped 07 [7f02e4cc|ddb7dce2] (31+02/50) Accurately ripped 08 [696bfd67|dfdb23ab] (30+02/49) Accurately ripped 09 [e300f366|24b47505] (30+02/49) Accurately ripped 10 [0879793f|d436488b] (31+03/51) Accurately ripped 11 [8bfa3a49|828d11da] (30+02/49) Accurately ripped 12 [5d4ccb2d|9a7f4991] (28+02/46) Accurately ripped
Ok I thought the first set was the result after it was fixed by CUETools, so what do the other sets of tracks in the log represent ?
No match (V2 was not tested)[blockquote]Track starts at correct position (for that offset) but CRC doesn't match, possible ARv2 CRC matches[/blockquote] Offsetted by xxx[blockquote]ARv1 database records found under alternate offsetsLikely different pressings of the same disc [/blockquote](ARv2 is only tested at zero offset)
Different pressings.+667 is an offset you see common across multiple drives. You should try another CD and see if you get a match with 667.
+667 is the correct read samples offset correction for your drive.Use EAC or dBpoweramp in conjunction with AccurateRip. Do NOT rely on CUETools to determine this for you without additional confirmation. Do NOT use CUETools if you don't understand how AR deals with different pressings/versions of a CD title.
How do you know +667 is the correct read offset ? You must believe it is accurate to say all CD drives of the same make and model have the exact same read offset. Why are you so sure that is the case, are they really manufactured to such high tolerances ?
Quote from: YaIBetYouDo on 29 March, 2013, 05:17:24 PMHow do you know +667 is the correct read offset ? You must believe it is accurate to say all CD drives of the same make and model have the exact same read offset. Why are you so sure that is the case, are they really manufactured to such high tolerances ?Why are you being so incredulous specifically towards greynol as an individual? A small amount of background research on your part would show you that these figures are arrived at through multiple users submitting results of tests from their drives and collating those data with numerous other users. The same research would reveal hundreds of users who use offset correction in the various programs that support it and have no problems whatsoever with their individual drives having offsets contrary to those of others. There is plenty of information available to explain and corroborate these statements.Besides, greynol has spent much of his time on this website discussing CD-ripping technology and is one of the most knowledgeable on the subject. You can afford to take his word for it if you don’t feel like reading up on the subject yourself.
I really didn't need to provide that as a reason. What EAC detected plus a little research on your part should have been enough.
Key Discs: over 1 Million
Confidence only 3 from accuraterip while CUETools reports 227 matches out of 229 entries, I think thats what it means, any idea why accuraterip reports only 3 or have I got it all wrong and the lower the number the better the confidence ? Maybe it means only 3 did not match ?