Thanks caligae. I had already seen that thread, and I think the perl script is not really adequate (plus it only works with whole disc files - all my 20.000+ files are single track files, I like it that way). Of course it works in some cases, but it's slow, it needs I have thought of posting in that thread first, but IMHO the problem is larger than that.
So this thread is up for discussing of a real, efficient, software that could do this. It could be a standalone software, a component for foobar, etc... And either it exists, or maybe a dev would be willing to implement it, who knows ?
It shouldn't be too complicated after all :- Standalone app : drag-n-drop files (or folder), click "OK", wait, and that would be all.- foobar component : select files, right-click, "Accuraterip check", wait, and that would be all.
I have heard that dbPowerAMP could be a good starting point. After all, dbPowerAMP and Accuraterip share the same owner / developer : spoon (am I wrong ?). See this : http://www.accuraterip.com/3rdparty-access.htm
It is not benefiting his other product, the AR database, either, since the AR results of such a tool will not be added to the database!
Getting a TOC from files is no where near 100% (your files would have to have exact lengths, ok for lossless this is not a problem), then the CD would have to have the first track start at 150 frames in, most cds do, those that do not you cannot lookup.>I doubt he would write such a tool: 1. it will cost him timeThe time issue is the main one, when I have solid 1 years worth of work already booked in so to speak, adding more time to accuraterip (it takes time everytime the database is constructed) is a no go ATM.
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