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CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1025
I found a CD in my collection where CUE Ripper cannot detect pre-gaps. What I do?

Are you sure this depends on the CD and not on the drive? Log files would be more informative than CUE sheets.
When using EAC-style log, CUERipper writes 'Gaps not detected' when it fails to detect gaps.
I didn't see it fail on the drives and CDs that i have, so if it fails for you, would be nice to know
is there any pattern to it - is it a certain drive or a certain CD that causes it.
CUETools 2.1.4

CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1026
CUETools 2.0.8 and 2.0.9 are not working for me under mono.

~/smb/CUETools_2.0.9$ mono ArCueDotNet.exe /tmp/Estatic\ Fear\ -\ Somnium\ Obmutum.flac.cue
Error: Access to the path "/tmp/orbit-root" is denied.

For some reason it needs to scan every file in that directory....

~/smb/CUETools_2.0.9$ mono ArCueDotNet.exe /tmp/arcue/Estatic\ Fear\ -\ A\ Sombre\ Dance.flac.cue
Error: Array index is out of range.

Works for me on centos 5 with mono 2.6.4:
It does scan every file in the directory, it has to, in order to locate audio files, logs, images etc properly.
It shouldn't however crash if there are files it cannot access...  Was this folder orbit-root somehow special (nfs or something)?

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[gchudov@centos ct209]$ mkdir ~/ps/111
[gchudov@centos ct209]$ chmod 000 ~/ps/111
[gchudov@centos ct209]$ ll ~/ps/111
ls: /home/gchudov/ps/111: Permission denied
[gchudov@centos ct209]$  mono ~/ct209/ArCueDotNet.exe ~/ps/*.cue
[CUETools log; Date: 5/23/2010 1:03:33 AM; Version: 2.0.9]
[AccurateRip ID: 0001ff7c-0006d070-2003dd03] found.


I also couldn't reproduce "Array index is out of range" error. Can it be specific for this album image?

I found only one mono-specific problem so far: Error: An exception was thrown by the type initializer for System.Drawing.GDIPlus
ArCueDotNet tried to read cover art, and failed probably because some image-related libraries were missing.
So i modified ArCueDotNet to ignore cover art which it doesn't need anyway.

I also found out that published 2.0.9 version has 'plugins' folder in lowercase, and CUETools/ArCueDotNet expects "Plugins" folder which is not the same on unix, so i had to manually rename it to get FLAC support.
  • Last Edit: 22 May, 2010, 05:22:20 PM by Gregory S. Chudov
CUETools 2.1.4

  • esux
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CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1027
If you are expecting multicore support in fb2k style, no, and i don't intend to implement it.

It's a bad idea to write several files in parallel. It's bad for your HDD and performance gains are too small.
It also doesn't help when using one-file disc images.

If you want fast compression, use FlaCuda, which uses many CPU cores and GPU. Assuming you have a compatible GPU, of course.
If you don't, then use libFlake, which is about twice as fast as standard FLAC when using similar compression ratios.
And try using lower compression levels like libFlake -3, extra 1% of used disc space won't kill you.
Also recent versions of CUETools do use at least two cores, with separate decoding thread.


Thanks for the reply, I always felt foobar was much faster, but perhaps it was just my imagination then.

I have another question. The flake encoder cuetools use is a modified version? Is the flac one also modified or is it the same as the official?

Either way, thanks for taking the time to reply and for writing such a useful program.

CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1028
libFlake is very loosely based on flake. I kept the name mostly as a sign of respect for Justin Ruggles' work, which has been very useful in studying FLAC.
libFLAC is built from unmodified official libFLAC 1.2.1 sources.
CUETools 2.1.4

  • Fandango
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CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1029
I have a feature proposal for CUETools' filename corrector...

CUE sheet cleanup. Like stripping replaygain comments from cue sheets (fb2k adds them), adding ARTIST to every TRACK (fb2k removes them)... and so on. Could this be done using a CT script?

  • sauvage78
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CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1030
I already thought about asking about features like this, the problem is that if you start asking for stuff like this, cuetools will soon need additionnal developpers as Greg only has two hands ... the only thing I still don't do with cuetools are playback & ripping & cue tagging. If it goes on, Andree, Spoon & Peter will soon need a job in Canada too  I'm teasing but cuetools has definitely swallowed several use of F2K for me (specially the Converter). Cuetools eats cats for breakfast !

Edit:
Fandango:
Personnal tip:
If you want to strip replaygain info from all your cuesheet use Seeker, make it search for "replaygain" in .cue, then load the .cue it found in F2K & remove the replaygain information. It is not automatic, but overall it is still quite quick. Much more quicker than searching manually. [I use this method to identify pre-emphasised CD too, just search for "FLAGS PRE" in .cue]
  • Last Edit: 24 May, 2010, 08:39:02 AM by sauvage78
Rip & Check: EAC Secure [Low/C2]+CUETools [AR Confidence 2+]
Desktop: Flac -4 (for Speed) | CDImage+CUE with F2K
DAP (Android): Opus 128Kbps | Tracks with AIMP
Video: Opus 128Kbps (2.1) | VP10 (2160p60) Asap !!! | Matroska

  • Fandango
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CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1031
Hey, if CUE Tools added replaygain tags also, it would really be the only application I'd still need...
 

I think the real issue for Gregory apart from not having enough time would be to keep the user interface still usable when adding more features.

  • koawmfot
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CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1032
i have a couple of feature requests too but would first like to thank you for such a fantastic application.

maybe this was covered already but support for XLD log files would be the icing on the cake for me.  they appear to be standard and similar enough to EAC logs i can't see this being more than a simple adjustment.

second - if the disc is not found in AR, could it still write the AR crc's to the cuetool's log file just so they are logged?  i know it puts them in a tag, but it writes a log file anyway and any extra info in the log couldn't hurt.

one other thing would be a cancel button on the log choice page but that is not a true functionality request.

again, thanks for such a great little app that i find more uses for daily.

  • glebe
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CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1033
Every time I start CUEtools 2.0.9 it writes in log panel that "CUEtools 2.0.4 is out!"

CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1034
This might be caused by configuration files being unwritable.
You can try to delete [AppData\Roaming\CUE Tools\]settings.txt and/or motd.txt.
CUETools 2.1.4

  • glebe
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CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1035
I removed motd.txt and the message disappeared. Thanks

  • Teknojnky
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CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1036
Hi, thank you for your efforts and excellent tool.

Not sure if this has been asked before, but I was wondering there is any chance for a color coded or filterable log window?

Something that makes it easier to visually distinguish beween the various results for us old people.   

Thanks for your consideration.
Last.FM Nodes for your library @ http://build.last.fm/item/356

  • neovibe
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CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1037
Hi there... after a few weeks, finally tested a sync to iphone 3gs of an alac file compressed by cuetools and I can confirm it works fine and I can seek within a track unlike before.

can you tell me what was wrong? can I code a few hundred albums in alac with cue tools without need to worry?

thanks again, cheers

  • tuxman
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CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1038
Now that I updated to 2.0.9, I received an "Out of Memory" exception when analyzing a 387 MB .zip.wv file... 
audiophile // FLAC and Vorbis user // Winamp addict

  • Roger7
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CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1039
Hi

I have a Metropolis press (MET 239): Das Ich - "Anti'Christ".
I tried to rip the CD on different drives (TEAC CD-W540E, Plextor Premium2) with dbpoweramp and EAC but I always got Inaccurate (confidence 4) ripping.
But I always got the same CRC. CueTools says:
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[CUETools log; Date: 2010-05-27 12:20:18; Version: 2.0.9]
[CTDB TOCID: YCx9vQUvldjqE.8l_wlh3dnjQ2E-] disk not present in database.
[AccurateRip ID: 00194fed-00e27749-9c10aa0b] found.
Track   [ CRC    ] Status
01     [e34f473b] (0/4) No match
02     [f5983562] (0/4) No match
03     [88fee0a7] (0/4) No match
04     [cfff0385] (0/4) No match
05     [55d86a29] (0/4) No match
06     [c63226af] (0/4) No match
07     [aa3a87c9] (0/4) No match
08     [d435e7d0] (0/4) No match
09     [5c88e4e9] (0/4) No match
10     [79a67243] (0/4) No match
11     [4ce2c0ab] (0/4) No match
Offsetted by 144:
01     [9b73595b] (4/4) Accurately ripped
02     [db55adc2] (4/4) Accurately ripped
03     [87eedc77] (4/4) Accurately ripped
04     [a0d235d5] (4/4) Accurately ripped
05     [96987699] (4/4) Accurately ripped
06     [138021cf] (4/4) Accurately ripped
07     [db8821a9] (4/4) Accurately ripped
08     [e5e90080] (4/4) Accurately ripped
09     [cbe3eed9] (4/4) Accurately ripped
10     [3ec87e03] (4/4) Accurately ripped
11     [d4ac8fdb] (4/4) Accurately ripped

Track Peak [ CRC32  ] [W/O NULL]
--  100,0 [844ABFD6] [0A8F8B63]          
01  100,0 [53C1B802] [7FA85CEA]          
02  100,0 [A251E9E1] [BC416242]          
03  100,0 [363CF8AC] [D9636AB5]          
04  100,0 [17F30689] [DBDE4478]          
05   99,9 [713F13A3] [28240373]          
06  100,0 [0992F620] [4423AFC7]          
07  100,0 [E0B1AC64] [EE44239A]          
08  100,0 [5D593840] [93F19CB7]          
09  100,0 [BF26E81F] [E38F48B9]          
10  100,0 [6D21A7EB] [3FCE8931]          
11  100,0 [526D3857] [C7CB2E41]


Does it mean I have a different pressing that nobody else submitted ?
Should I encode this using cuetools and offset 144 to get perfect rip?
I tried to use EAC with reading offser set = drive offset + 144 and the rip was accurate (when checked by cuetools)
Thanks

Roger7

CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1040
You've got a different pressing. There's no need to 'fix' it.

Besides, if you get the same CRC on different drives, that means your rip is accurate even if AccurateRip would say otherwise.
CUETools 2.1.4

  • Roger7
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CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1041
Thanks very much. Cuetools it's a great piece of software.
Just for sure:

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[CUETools log; Date: 2010-05-27 14:48:22; Version: 2.0.9]
[CTDB TOCID: Og8vEUssnB3CIQ802m00TPiL3Ko-] disk not present in database.
[AccurateRip ID: 00101da3-00806aa1-8d09c30a] found.
Track   [ CRC    ] Status
01     [baa199b3] (00/15) No match
02     [19bb0231] (00/15) No match
03     [508cd71c] (00/15) No match
04     [6283a48e] (00/15) No match
05     [b0ded9ea] (00/15) No match
06     [db236186] (00/15) No match
07     [26fd7d32] (00/15) No match
08     [a569a33a] (00/15) No match
09     [e6b75f0d] (00/14) No match
10     [abf11bed] (00/15) No match
Offsetted by 1524:
01     [2c9e41cf] (10/15) Accurately ripped
02     [918cec3d] (10/15) Accurately ripped
03     [a9679338] (10/15) Accurately ripped
04     [80f446b6] (10/15) Accurately ripped
05     [6e484cfe] (10/15) Accurately ripped
06     [0dc75bb6] (10/15) Accurately ripped
07     [32b9834e] (10/15) Accurately ripped
08     [5d7c5f76] (10/15) Accurately ripped
09     [614acf95] (09/14) Accurately ripped
10     [351fbd61] (10/15) Accurately ripped
Offsetted by 2414:
01     [51f4ff5d] (05/15) Accurately ripped
02     [c50be0c3] (05/15) Accurately ripped
03     [f881dac6] (05/15) Accurately ripped
04     [8d0500ca] (05/15) Accurately ripped
05     [93527b08] (05/15) Accurately ripped
06     [453896ce] (05/15) Accurately ripped
07     [f056afdc] (05/15) Accurately ripped
08     [6431fb14] (05/15) Accurately ripped
09     [0f57acd9] (05/14) Accurately ripped
10     [ab333e9b] (05/15) Accurately ripped

Track Peak [ CRC32  ] [W/O NULL]
--   99,9 [D9A06DBB] [AE6C854D]          
01   97,8 [FA2F84EB] [0140072C]          
02   97,8 [3F39F052] [722DBBCB]          
03   99,9 [8B53FA28] [F7E2710C]          
04   97,8 [858A3672] [BC85C6E4]          
05   97,8 [9CC12575] [5F37F7D9]          
06   97,8 [53A21829] [3B3909DE]          
07   97,8 [7E5D364F] [43D78B2F]          
08   97,8 [AEB600C2] [A2313C67]          
09   97,8 [78E474B5] [99FADD12]          
10   97,8 [3FAF56D9] [2326C5DE]


Does it mean there are at least 3 different pressings and I have one that nobody submitted ?

And question about flac - what encoder should I use for flac encoding: libFLAC, FlaCuda, libFlake, flake ?
What are the differences ?

Thanks

CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1042
Quote
Does it mean there are at least 3 different pressings and I have one that nobody submitted ?

Yes. Popular CDs sometimes have dozens of pressings.

Quote
And question about flac - what encoder should I use for flac encoding: libFLAC, FlaCuda, libFlake, flake ?

http://www.cuetools.net/doku.php/cuetools:...ders_comparison
CUETools 2.1.4

  • Est
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CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1043
Can't add md5 checksum in wavpack (2.0.9) help please.

  • Roger7
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CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1044
Yes. Popular CDs sometimes have dozens of pressings.


I ripped Tricky - "Knowle West Boy" on two drives (one on laptop - Sony DVD-ROM, one on my PC Teac CD-W540E) using dbpoweramp.
All rips are  Accurately ripped (cuetools or dbpoweramp).
All rips have the same accuraterip confidence on all tracks and all AccurateRip CRCs match on all tracks.
All file CRCs match except the one on last track - but AccurateRip is OK on both rips of that last track.
If I binary compare two waves there is a small difference in the very end of the tracks.
EAC WAV compare says: different samples position 0:03:47.0777- 0:03:47.093 and total length of file is 0:03:47.0933.
The difference is that the Teac's file has all zeros (00) and Sony's has sometime zeros (00) and sometimes FF in this fragment of track.
Sony has reading offset +6
Teac has reading offset +686
When I rip with another drive - Samsung DVDRW (SH-S223L) that has the same reading offset (+6) as Sony then I get the same CRC as Sony.
All 3 drives have Reading into Lead-in or Lead-out unchecked in dbpoweramp

So my question:
1. Which drive should I trust ?
2. I think the difference is because of different reading offsets ?
3. Should I use the drive that can read into Lead-in or Lead-out ?

Teac:
Code: [Select]
dBpoweramp Release 13.5 Digital Audio Extraction Log from 28 maja 2010 7:45

Drive & Settings
----------------

Ripping with drive 'G:   [TEAC     - CD-W540E        ]',  Drive offset: 686,  Overread Lead-in/out: No
AccurateRip: Active,  Using C2: No,  Cache: 149 KB,  FUA Cache Invalidate: No
Pass 1 Drive Speed: Max,  Pass 2 Drive Speed: Max
Ultra::  Vary Drive Speed: No,  Min Passes: 1,  Max Passes: 6,  Finish After Clean Passes: 2
Bad Sector Re-rip::  Drive Speed: Max,  Maximum Re-reads: 34

Encoder: FLAC -compression-level-5
DSP Effects / Actions: -dspeffect1="ReplayGain=-albummode={qt}0{qt}"

Extraction Log
--------------

Track 1:  Ripped LBA 0 to 16088 (3:34) in 0:19. Filename: D:\Images\FLAC\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\01 - Puppy Toy.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 42)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: 5200701B     AccurateRip CRC: 9562D7E8     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-1]

Track 2:  Ripped LBA 16088 to 33441 (3:51) in 0:17. Filename: D:\Images\FLAC\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\02 - Bacative.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 42)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: 35E1655E     AccurateRip CRC: 1F22335A     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-2]

Track 3:  Ripped LBA 33441 to 44610 (2:28) in 0:09. Filename: D:\Images\FLAC\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\03 - Joseph.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 42)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: CBE11D6F     AccurateRip CRC: 461FC379     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-3]

Track 4:  Ripped LBA 44610 to 58109 (2:59) in 0:11. Filename: D:\Images\FLAC\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\04 - Veronika.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 42)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: 0E67E937     AccurateRip CRC: 14ECFA76     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-4]

Track 5:  Ripped LBA 58109 to 71880 (3:03) in 0:11. Filename: D:\Images\FLAC\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\05 - C'mon Baby.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 41)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: E4146EFE     AccurateRip CRC: B498A85F     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-5]

Track 6:  Ripped LBA 71880 to 83839 (2:39) in 0:08. Filename: D:\Images\FLAC\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\06 - Council Estate.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 41)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: DB193508     AccurateRip CRC: 52EB5B0C     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-6]

Track 7:  Ripped LBA 83839 to 106888 (5:07) in 0:17. Filename: D:\Images\FLAC\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\07 - Past Mistake.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 41)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: E82F3F3F     AccurateRip CRC: 784FBD12     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-7]

Track 8:  Ripped LBA 106888 to 124792 (3:58) in 0:12. Filename: D:\Images\FLAC\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\08 - Coalition.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 41)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: 539903DF     AccurateRip CRC: 73030D29     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-8]

Track 9:  Ripped LBA 124792 to 141710 (3:45) in 0:11. Filename: D:\Images\FLAC\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\09 - Cross to Bear.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 42)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: 10AEFE14     AccurateRip CRC: DD367EC5     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-9]

Track 10:  Ripped LBA 141710 to 156895 (3:22) in 0:09. Filename: D:\Images\FLAC\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\10 - Slow.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 42)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: 79712B03     AccurateRip CRC: 0FD7DA7F     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-10]

Track 11:  Ripped LBA 156895 to 173565 (3:42) in 0:10. Filename: D:\Images\FLAC\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\11 - Baligaga.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 41)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: 7EDD6438     AccurateRip CRC: EDBF97FE     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-11]

Track 12:  Ripped LBA 173565 to 189972 (3:38) in 0:10. Filename: D:\Images\FLAC\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\12 - Far Away.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 41)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: 44210919     AccurateRip CRC: 1483A466     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-12]

Track 13:  Ripped LBA 189972 to 207004 (3:47) in 0:10. Filename: D:\Images\FLAC\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\13 - School Gates.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 42)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: D612F9E6     AccurateRip CRC: D971FEFA     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-13]

--------------

13 Tracks Ripped Accurately


Sony:

Code: [Select]
dBpoweramp Release 13.5 Digital Audio Extraction Log from 28 maja 2010 10:39

Drive & Settings
----------------

Ripping with drive 'D:   [SONY     - DVD-ROM DDU810A ]',  Drive offset: 6,  Overread Lead-in/out: No
AccurateRip: Active,  Using C2: No,  Cache: None,  FUA Cache Invalidate: No
Pass 1 Drive Speed: Max,  Pass 2 Drive Speed: Max
Bad Sector Re-rip::  Drive Speed: Max,  Maximum Re-reads: 34

Encoder: FLAC -compression-level-5
DSP Effects / Actions: -dspeffect1="ReplayGain=-albummode={qt}0{qt}"

Extraction Log
--------------

Track 1:  Ripped LBA 0 to 16088 (3:34) in 0:21. Filename: C:\Roger\Temp\!rip\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\01 - Puppy Toy.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 42)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: 5200701B     AccurateRip CRC: 9562D7E8     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-1]

Track 2:  Ripped LBA 16088 to 33441 (3:51) in 0:45. Filename: C:\Roger\Temp\!rip\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\02 - Bacative.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 42)     [Pass 1 & 2]
  CRC32: 35E1655E     AccurateRip CRC: 1F22335A     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-2]

Track 3:  Ripped LBA 33441 to 44610 (2:28) in 0:15. Filename: C:\Roger\Temp\!rip\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\03 - Joseph.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 42)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: CBE11D6F     AccurateRip CRC: 461FC379     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-3]

Track 4:  Ripped LBA 44610 to 58109 (2:59) in 0:14. Filename: C:\Roger\Temp\!rip\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\04 - Veronika.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 42)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: 0E67E937     AccurateRip CRC: 14ECFA76     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-4]

Track 5:  Ripped LBA 58109 to 71880 (3:03) in 0:13. Filename: C:\Roger\Temp\!rip\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\05 - C'mon Baby.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 41)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: E4146EFE     AccurateRip CRC: B498A85F     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-5]

Track 6:  Ripped LBA 71880 to 83839 (2:39) in 0:11. Filename: C:\Roger\Temp\!rip\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\06 - Council Estate.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 41)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: DB193508     AccurateRip CRC: 52EB5B0C     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-6]

Track 7:  Ripped LBA 83839 to 106888 (5:07) in 0:21. Filename: C:\Roger\Temp\!rip\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\07 - Past Mistake.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 41)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: E82F3F3F     AccurateRip CRC: 784FBD12     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-7]

Track 8:  Ripped LBA 106888 to 124792 (3:58) in 0:34. Filename: C:\Roger\Temp\!rip\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\08 - Coalition.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 41)     [Pass 1 & 2]
  CRC32: 539903DF     AccurateRip CRC: 73030D29     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-8]

Track 9:  Ripped LBA 124792 to 141710 (3:45) in 0:13. Filename: C:\Roger\Temp\!rip\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\09 - Cross to Bear.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 42)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: 10AEFE14     AccurateRip CRC: DD367EC5     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-9]

Track 10:  Ripped LBA 141710 to 156895 (3:22) in 0:11. Filename: C:\Roger\Temp\!rip\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\10 - Slow.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 42)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: 79712B03     AccurateRip CRC: 0FD7DA7F     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-10]

Track 11:  Ripped LBA 156895 to 173565 (3:42) in 0:12. Filename: C:\Roger\Temp\!rip\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\11 - Baligaga.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 41)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: 7EDD6438     AccurateRip CRC: EDBF97FE     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-11]

Track 12:  Ripped LBA 173565 to 189972 (3:38) in 0:12. Filename: C:\Roger\Temp\!rip\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\12 - Far Away.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 41)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: 44210919     AccurateRip CRC: 1483A466     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-12]

Track 13:  Ripped LBA 189972 to 207004 (3:47) in 0:12. Filename: C:\Roger\Temp\!rip\Tricky\Knowle West Boy (2008)\13 - School Gates.flac
  AccurateRip: Accurate (confidence 42)     [Pass 1]
  CRC32: 32C6944E     AccurateRip CRC: D971FEFA     [DiscID: 013-00157f19-00d88ab7-b80ac80d-13]

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13 Tracks Ripped Accurately


Thanks

CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1045
Can't add md5 checksum in wavpack (2.0.9) help please.

Oops. Sorry. Will fix this ASAP.

So my question:
1. Which drive should I trust ?
2. I think the difference is because of different reading offsets ?
3. Should I use the drive that can read into Lead-in or Lead-out ?

Yes, the drive that cannot overread into Lead-out and positive offset will loose the last few samples and they will be replaced by zeroes. Number of lost samples equals drive offset.
So for best results you might want to use drive with small offset or better yet drive that can overread into leadout.
But keep in mind, that 6 samples is not very much audio, about 0.1 millisecond, and that audio in that part of CD is usually very close to silence anyway, so i wouldn't worry very much about it.
CUETools 2.1.4

  • Saxo
  • [*]
CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1046
CUERipper request:

Just a nitpick:
With CUETools I have a perfect control on what tags I allow in the flac file (I personally dislike metadata in flac files and rather have a .cue and .log as separate files so I uncheck all tags-related buttons). There's no option for this in CUERipper, it automatically embeds .cue and .logs in the flac, that I have to manually remove. Could you please add an option for CUERipper not to tag flac files? I understand that the strength of CUERipper, especially when compared to EAC is its simplicity and that it works as it should out of the box (with EAC you have to read literally pages of documentation for it to be configured in a half-decent fashion). So, maybe that a single checkbox (all or nothing, without CUETools' granularity) would be a good compromise.


CUETools and UTF-8:

It seems that CUETools doesn't recognize UTF-8 encoded files that doesn't have a BOM. Notepad doesn't have this problem, but WordPad does. Is it a limitation of the .NET framework?


Thanks
  • Last Edit: 30 May, 2010, 05:52:14 AM by Saxo

  • Tigerman
  • [*]
CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1047
A month ago I  discovered a pregap 32,33,37 script in cuetools and used it since. After upgrading to 2.0.9. it didn't work anymore so I deleted all settings and opened 2.0.9. again.
But now the whole script was gone.
So I tried downgrading to 2.0.8, 2.0.7, 2.0.6 etc. (deleting settings in between) but now I can't find the script in any of them (I must be getting crazy  )
What has happened to the script and can it be put back in again?

CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1048
This script was never built-in, i posted it here a while ago. It requires a small change to work with 2.0.9:
Code: [Select]
if (processor.ArVerify.ExceptionStatus == WebExceptionStatus.Success)
  return processor.Go();
if (processor.PreGapLength != 0)
  return processor.WriteReport();;
foreach (uint gap in new uint[3] {32, 33, 37})
{
  processor.PreGapLength = gap;
  processor.ArVerify.ContactAccurateRip(AccurateRipVerify.CalculateAccurateRipId(processor.TOC));
  if (processor.ArVerify.ExceptionStatus == WebExceptionStatus.Success)
    return processor.Go();
}
return processor.WriteReport();
CUETools 2.1.4

  • Tigerman
  • [*]
CUETools versions 1.9.5 through 2.1.5 (current)
Reply #1049
This script was never built-in, i posted it here a while ago. It requires a small change to work with 2.0.9:


So I'm not getting crazy, just forgetful 

Thanks again for the script !