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  • dave23
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Verifying Audio with AccurateRip using CueTools
I have recently downloaded latest version of CueTools 2.1.4 to verify some audio files in FLAC format and to check if their data is intact and in good condition. Upon verifying I received a following log:

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[CUETools log; Date: 1/26/2013 3:44:03 AM; Version: 2.1.4]
[CTDB TOCID: CIRFx5dQ.4N9WDS8jx8WeIEidT8-] disk not present in database.
[AccurateRip ID: 0069c39c-02de274b-c712a80f] found.
Track  [  CRC  |  V2  ] Status
01    [e5a69173|048c8131] (0+0/1) No match
02    [d2428b19|252830d0] (0+0/1) No match
03    [92af99ba|339849be] (0+0/1) No match
04    [4887b5f2|cdcf2da8] (0+0/1) No match
05    [97abdd08|e3d7c2c] (0+0/1) No match
06    [22f3b392|d1bbabc7] (0+0/1) No match
07    [905affcv|08f9b5c4] (0+0/1) No match
08    [fd873178|a5df52fc] (0+0/1) No match
09    [00206fnc|5179ebf4] (0+0/1) No match
10    [56bf0841|fd334179] (0+0/1) No match
11    [fgae2e95|0fb37336] (0+0/1) No match
12    [3345734c|2na4ca0a] (0+0/1) No match
13    [be263042|b62fd35c] (0+0/1) No match
14    [96dacce7|b8d367a2] (0+0/1) No match
15    [343db529|a2b2dd20] (0+0/1) No match
Offsetted by 6:
01    [9f50896b] (1/1) Accurately ripped
02    [cc61bbfb] (1/1) Accurately ripped
03    [1d70d340] (1/1) Accurately ripped
04    [6f18326d] (1/1) Accurately ripped
05    [142dbfb6] (1/1) Accurately ripped
06    [98a66f99] (1/1) Accurately ripped
07    [2b1d62cb] (1/1) Accurately ripped
08    [f8e2d9c3] (1/1) Accurately ripped
09    [c4a8738a] (1/1) Accurately ripped
10    [f243f12b] (1/1) Accurately ripped
11    [8f4e3b39] (1/1) Accurately ripped
12    [26d99438] (1/1) Accurately ripped
13    [b7502f51] (1/1) Accurately ripped
14    [213463a1] (1/1) Accurately ripped
15    [8733fd85] (1/1) Accurately ripped

Track Peak [ CRC32  ] [W/O NULL] [  LOG  ]
--  100.0 [712AEFC8] [7984AD5B]         
01  99.7 [97D8BA32] [E9FAD642]  CRC32 
02  99.7 [11643008] [4CCB1273]  CRC32 
03  99.7 [35FFA1B8] [4EA83A91]  CRC32 
04  100.0 [5DF9028A] [754C6D86]  CRC32 
05  99.5 [B3CE5218] [AB312A47]  CRC32 
06  99.7 [528EF9EB] [8E130CCA]  CRC32 
07  99.7 [0CBACCF9] [D0ABE978]  CRC32 
08  99.7 [2CCF3612] [79421C26]  CRC32 
09  100.0 [84C1214C] [0ACE65A9]  CRC32 
10  99.7 [2F03884C] [A2AA1CA0]  CRC32 
11  99.7 [F1D626C4] [889F1C17]  CRC32 
12  100.0 [C69E8617] [102120AE]  CRC32 
13  100.0 [EE8766FF] [F76D9B09]  CRC32 
14  99.7 [9DE1BB02] [C51F844B]  CRC32 
15  99.7 [814D8958] [49D220E5]  CRC32


I have a few questions:

What's the difference between ARv1 and ARv2?
Do I have my Rip in "No match" which is ARv2 or in "Accurately ripped" section below? If my rip didn't match then what does the "AccurateRip ID" signify?
  • Last Edit: 26 January, 2013, 06:11:10 AM by dave23

  • korth
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Verifying Audio with AccurateRip using CueTools
Reply #1
Your rip matched one database entry out of one ARv1 database entries but at an offset of 6 samples. There were no ARv2 entries. More info about reading the log here.
AccurateRip (Hydrogenaudio wiki page)
korth

  • dave23
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Verifying Audio with AccurateRip using CueTools
Reply #2
Your rip matched one database entry out of one ARv1 database entries but at an offset of 6 samples. There were no ARv2 entries. More info about reading the log here.
AccurateRip (Hydrogenaudio wiki page)


Does it mean if I remove 6 samples from the start, it would match the one entry in ARv1 database? I have gone through the link at the end but I don't quite understand the purpose of ARv2 and pressings. Could you please make it little more clear why was ARv2 created?
  • Last Edit: 27 January, 2013, 09:38:59 AM by dave23

  • korth
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Verifying Audio with AccurateRip using CueTools
Reply #3
Your rip (all tracks) matches the only public entry in the database. Offset correction is not necessary but it would be +6 in CUETools.
spoon contributed to the 'Pressings' section of that wiki page and also developed ARv2. In post #7 of this thread, spoon describes pressings. Also elsewhere in that thread and the one at the dbpoweramp forum discuss the development of ARv2.
korth