Is R12 released or is this just more propaganda?
EDIT: I think the performance of R12a4 is very encouraging. Also, I'd like to know exactly what the program is doing when dealing with bad frames.
Quote from: greynol on 19 August, 2006, 06:36:01 PMEDIT: I think the performance of R12a4 is very encouraging. Also, I'd like to know exactly what the program is doing when dealing with bad frames.http://www.dbpoweramp.com/secure-ripper.htm
can dMC be configured as to what consitutes an AccurateRip match? Is a match of 1 good enough for dMC to stop the ripping process?
With Eac, if there is an error on the disk that repeats on the re-reads then your files will have errors in them! and if you enable c2 with eac then its soley reliant on c2. This software will use c2 and then re-reads for things that c2 misses.
I think i read in his technology preview that it said it also used c2 IN the re-reads as well...
As far as i know c2 is the protection against consistent errors and re-reads is the protection against inconsistant, which is why it makes sense to me to use them both whereas plextor tools and eac don't...