I personally find this an overkill, but that's what many people are used to. Personally, i just use default settings (secure mode, no test©),...
Am I the only one who has encountered a problem with the CUERipper 2.1.4 'Test & Copy' mode? I'm unable to use it. Whenever I have the box checked I get an Exception error: "Gap Detection Failed." It does this with every disc I have tried, using two different drives. CUERipper works perfectly fine if I do not check the 'Test & Copy' box. I can't think of any logical reason why choosing 'Test & Copy' would cause gap detection to fail, but it does.
CUERipper is not using Google to search images. It uses artwork from Musicbrainz & Discogs, and there are only full size pictures and thumbnails in those databases. However i will consider implementing custom image sizes by downloading full size images, than shrinking them to desired size.
'Test & Copy' works just fine here. Have made like 4-5 rips with it.
.\Joss Stone - 2005-07-08 - Mind Body & Soul\Joss Stone - 2005-07-08 - Mind Body & Soul.cue: Index was out of range. Must be non-negative and less than the size of the collection.Parameter name: index.
[CUETools log; Date: 4/25/2012 8:54:01 PM; Version: 2.1.4][CTDB TOCID: YDhmfif05xgrPtNh8.pN4sFhCp8-] found. [ CTDBID ] Status [eb466f8b] (25/48) Accurately ripped [0dd4fda1] (01/48) No match
Index was out of range. Must be non-negative and less than the size of the collection.
Yep. It is perfectly verified. "(25/48) Accurately ripped". Just turn off the detailed option of the log, the standard one is easier to read.Also refer to this: http://www.cuetools.net/wiki/CUETools_log
1. Is there any way to make CUETools transfer tags 1:1 on conversion? Whenever I convert files, the full value for %date& is truncated. For instance "1995-11-20" is only "1995" after conversion.
2. Can I somehow configure CUETools to always fix offsets to the result with the highest confidence?
CUETools is getting that info from your cue file or online database. Does your cue file have 1995-11-20?
Untick 'to nearest' in Advanced Options on the AccurateRip tab.
The embedded CUE sheet has the value as shown here: "REM DATE 1995-11-20".