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I tried to repair a CD-rip with EAC 1.5

Did I succeeded? The CD has some scrtches, that's why some songs didn't rip well.

Original log created by EAC 1.5 with the errors:
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Exact Audio Copy V1.5 from 20. February 2020

EAC extraction logfile from 16. April 2021, 21:48

Various Artists / Rock Against Bush, Vol. 1

Used drive  : ASUS    DRW-24B5ST   Adapter: 1  ID: 0

Read mode               : Secure
Utilize accurate stream : Yes
Defeat audio cache      : Yes
Make use of C2 pointers : No

Read offset correction                      : 6
Overread into Lead-In and Lead-Out          : No
Fill up missing offset samples with silence : Yes
Delete leading and trailing silent blocks   : No
Null samples used in CRC calculations       : Yes
Used interface                              : Native Win32 interface for Win NT & 2000

Used output format              : User Defined Encoder
Selected bitrate                : 1024 kBit/s
Quality                         : High
Add ID3 tag                     : No
Command line compressor         : C:\Program Files (x86)\Exact Audio Copy\Flac\flac.exe
Additional command line options : -5 -V -T "ALBUM=%albumtitle%" -T "DATE=%year%" -T "TRACKNUMBER=%tracknr1%" -T "ARTIST=%artist%" -T "TITLE=%title%" -T "GENRE=%genre%" -T "COMMENT=%comment%" -T "ALBUMARTIST=%albuminterpret%" -T "COMPOSER=%composer%" %source% -o %dest%


TOC of the extracted CD

     Track |   Start  |  Length  | Start sector | End sector
    ---------------------------------------------------------
        1  |  0:00.00 |  2:07.20 |         0    |     9544  
        2  |  2:07.20 |  1:39.67 |      9545    |    17036  
        3  |  3:47.12 |  2:27.48 |     17037    |    28109  
        4  |  6:14.60 |  2:29.07 |     28110    |    39291  
        5  |  8:43.67 |  2:37.60 |     39292    |    51126  
        6  | 11:21.52 |  2:10.03 |     51127    |    60879  
        7  | 13:31.55 |  3:18.32 |     60880    |    75761  
        8  | 16:50.12 |  3:22.58 |     75762    |    90969  
        9  | 20:12.70 |  2:49.42 |     90970    |   103686  
       10  | 23:02.37 |  3:13.18 |    103687    |   118179  
       11  | 26:15.55 |  2:35.02 |    118180    |   129806  
       12  | 28:50.57 |  2:23.38 |    129807    |   140569  
       13  | 31:14.20 |  2:04.52 |    140570    |   149921  
       14  | 33:18.72 |  3:14.58 |    149922    |   164529  
       15  | 36:33.55 |  3:43.60 |    164530    |   181314  
       16  | 40:17.40 |  2:30.30 |    181315    |   192594  
       17  | 42:47.70 |  3:21.60 |    192595    |   207729  
       18  | 46:09.55 |  2:38.30 |    207730    |   219609  
       19  | 48:48.10 |  3:06.37 |    219610    |   233596  
       20  | 51:54.47 |  3:25.20 |    233597    |   248991  
       21  | 55:19.67 |  3:02.45 |    248992    |   262686  
       22  | 58:22.37 |  2:58.38 |    262687    |   276074  
       23  | 61:21.00 |  2:31.07 |    276075    |   287406  
       24  | 63:52.07 |  2:31.13 |    287407    |   298744  
       25  | 66:23.20 |  2:35.52 |    298745    |   310421  
       26  | 68:58.72 |  2:04.05 |    310422    |   319726  


Range status and errors

Selected range

     Filename E:\Bruno\Mi Música\Mis Rips\Various Artists - Rock Against Bush, Vol. 1.wav

     Suspicious position 0:50:17
     Suspicious position 0:50:20 - 0:50:22
     Suspicious position 0:50:26 - 0:50:27
     Suspicious position 1:02:45

     Peak level 100.0 %
     Extraction speed 1.1 X
     Range quality 99.6 %
     Test CRC 7996E45A
     Copy CRC 183858EF
     Copy finished

There were errors

 
AccurateRip summary
 
Track  1  accurately ripped (confidence 58)  [1BD14AFE]  (AR v2)
Track  2  accurately ripped (confidence 59)  [A35DA42A]  (AR v2)
Track  3  accurately ripped (confidence 58)  [FB79C9EA]  (AR v2)
Track  4  accurately ripped (confidence 58)  [637C4243]  (AR v2)
Track  5  accurately ripped (confidence 58)  [EA112CEB]  (AR v2)
Track  6  accurately ripped (confidence 58)  [8870BEB1]  (AR v2)
Track  7  accurately ripped (confidence 58)  [DBCA982E]  (AR v2)
Track  8  accurately ripped (confidence 59)  [A88A4AD5]  (AR v2)
Track  9  accurately ripped (confidence 58)  [87F4007C]  (AR v2)
Track 10  accurately ripped (confidence 58)  [CFBF81A3]  (AR v2)
Track 11  accurately ripped (confidence 58)  [D72015FD]  (AR v2)
Track 12  accurately ripped (confidence 57)  [BC1DA422]  (AR v2)
Track 13  accurately ripped (confidence 58)  [F61D1459]  (AR v2)
Track 14  accurately ripped (confidence 58)  [1828BD42]  (AR v2)
Track 15  cannot be verified as accurate (confidence 66)  [B74E7CFF], AccurateRip returned [C82DF382]  (AR v2)
Track 16  accurately ripped (confidence 58)  [7BB484B4]  (AR v2)
Track 17  accurately ripped (confidence 58)  [1559CF0E]  (AR v2)
Track 18  accurately ripped (confidence 59)  [82024DD9]  (AR v2)
Track 19  cannot be verified as accurate (confidence 66)  [2DF35254], AccurateRip returned [4D5FBE97]  (AR v2)
Track 20  accurately ripped (confidence 57)  [0FE52430]  (AR v2)
Track 21  accurately ripped (confidence 56)  [47F81514]  (AR v2)
Track 22  cannot be verified as accurate (confidence 66)  [BBC1AD62], AccurateRip returned [D245CFEE]  (AR v2)
Track 23  cannot be verified as accurate (confidence 66)  [8D02EB4C], AccurateRip returned [835F3163]  (AR v2)
Track 24  accurately ripped (confidence 58)  [5B1A2583]  (AR v2)
Track 25  accurately ripped (confidence 58)  [E3EEAED0]  (AR v2)
Track 26  accurately ripped (confidence 57)  [E98CFD84]  (AR v2)
 
22 pista(s) extraidas con precisión
 4 pista(s) no puede ser verificada como precisa

Some tracks could not be verified as accurate

End of status report

---- CUETools DB Plugin V2.1.6

[CTDB TOCID: SgMv28hQhGAe8OA_wEWkQuSkTok-] found
Submit result: insufficient quality
Track | CTDB Status
  1   | (184/185) Accurately ripped
  2   | (184/185) Accurately ripped
  3   | (181/185) Accurately ripped
  4   | (183/185) Accurately ripped
  5   | (185/185) Accurately ripped
  6   | (185/185) Accurately ripped
  7   | (185/185) Accurately ripped
  8   | (184/185) Accurately ripped
  9   | (185/185) Accurately ripped
 10   | (185/185) Accurately ripped
 11   | (184/185) Accurately ripped
 12   | (184/185) Accurately ripped
 13   | (183/185) Accurately ripped
 14   | (182/185) Accurately ripped
 15   | (166/185) Differs in 11 samples @01:44:71,01:55:26,02:01:65,02:10:74,02:23:28,02:24:52
 16   | (183/185) Accurately ripped
 17   | (183/185) Accurately ripped
 18   | (181/185) Accurately ripped
 19   | (166/185) Differs in 408 samples @01:28:27,01:29:41-01:29:42,01:30:02,01:30:22,01:30:74,01:31:71,01:32:14,01:32:68,01:33:46,01:33:64,01:34:25-01:34:26,01:34:43-01:34:44,01:35:04,01:35:58,01:36:73,01:38:30-01:38:31,01:38:48,01:38:66,02:31:55,02:33:68,02:35:62-02:35:63
 20   | (180/185) Accurately ripped
 21   | (181/185) Accurately ripped
 22   | (166/185) Differs in 1 samples @01:02:04
 23   | (166/185) Differs in 18 samples @01:24:35-01:24:36
 24   | (183/185) Accurately ripped
 25   | (181/185) Accurately ripped
 26   | (174/185) Accurately ripped
If you are sure that your rip contains errors, you can use CUETools to repair it.


==== Log checksum 1E73DA96A73EE82E02485FB3353539BB3697D8A82467600DF8FBB376560B1355 ====

I repaired with CueTools, but when I pressed "Go" I had this 4 options, I selected the bottom one, don't kow why. I dont know which os is the best option.

https://ibb.co/h14QcFQ

When the repair ended, the program showed this:
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[CUETools log; Date: 16/04/2021 22:19:08; Version: 2.1.8]
CUETools DB: corrected 438 errors.
[AccurateRip ID: 00405dd1-04c4e36e-6810a71a] found.
Track   [  CRC   |   V2   ] Status
 01     [e86e30d0|1bd14afe] (065+058/123) Accurately ripped
 02     [a6ae02a1|a35da42a] (065+059/124) Accurately ripped
 03     [f888e8ae|fb79c9ea] (065+058/123) Accurately ripped
 04     [f8da517d|637c4243] (065+058/123) Accurately ripped
 05     [1b45e638|ea112ceb] (065+058/123) Accurately ripped
 06     [a04c9874|8870beb1] (065+058/123) Accurately ripped
 07     [26ebeef7|dbca982e] (065+058/123) Accurately ripped
 08     [3a9e030e|a88a4ad5] (064+059/123) Accurately ripped
 09     [324e7824|87f4007c] (066+058/124) Accurately ripped
 10     [2aebd841|cfbf81a3] (067+058/125) Accurately ripped
 11     [a4094dc6|d72015fd] (065+058/123) Accurately ripped
 12     [6917b4df|bc1da422] (067+057/124) Accurately ripped
 13     [e20073bc|f61d1459] (066+058/124) Accurately ripped
 14     [baedfef2|1828bd42] (066+058/124) Accurately ripped
 15     [c82df382|da54bcee] (066+059/125) Accurately ripped
 16     [e4abc719|7bb484b4] (066+058/124) Accurately ripped
 17     [8ffb5994|1559cf0e] (066+058/124) Accurately ripped
 18     [dfb31b7a|82024dd9] (066+059/125) Accurately ripped
 19     [4d5fbe97|284d5a76] (066+058/124) Accurately ripped
 20     [8ccd6f2b|0fe52430] (066+057/123) Accurately ripped
 21     [1f7652e7|47f81514] (067+056/123) Accurately ripped
 22     [d245cfee|7ee07176] (066+058/124) Accurately ripped
 23     [835f3163|1f04bf7b] (066+057/123) Accurately ripped
 24     [c79a04f1|5b1a2583] (066+058/124) Accurately ripped
 25     [f250191e|e3eeaed0] (064+058/122) Accurately ripped
 26     [90c3a764|e98cfd84] (064+057/121) Accurately ripped

Track Peak [ CRC32  ] [W/O NULL] [  LOG   ]
 --  100,0 [D294F7B3] [47EBF825] [183858EF]
 01   90,1 [7FC1BB31] [906CE2C2]          
 02   99,8 [8E427629] [D8A76D3F]          
 03   99,3 [0472E554] [FB0C0C50]          
 04  100,0 [2E0A7C3A] [2E9B6FF6]          
 05   98,8 [1FF1427F] [2064B20E]          
 06   98,8 [AFF09A19] [621D0447]          
 07   84,1 [D579D68F] [372E7C0D]          
 08   98,8 [3256F089] [1E1D2BDB]          
 09   98,8 [BD7CADFB] [FFC70592]          
 10   98,8 [BA7EAF30] [D3D253AE]          
 11   98,8 [CF0B8462] [F83AF111]          
 12  100,0 [F1460B2C] [D5007DD5]          
 13   99,3 [50643B8E] [7CDCA8A9]          
 14  100,0 [ED9FC2B7] [01BA04E0]          
 15   98,8 [96373D7D] [739A2188]          
 16   98,8 [C8010647] [5177535C]          
 17   99,1 [8E8781F8] [13EC3DB9]          
 18   56,9 [9791BE32] [6F81CD83]          
 19  100,0 [D3ED8194] [B34D7213]          
 20   94,2 [760DC791] [58C232C4]          
 21   98,8 [1624DFB1] [9A5B5E7A]          
 22   91,2 [32E99DF8] [C7B5C686]          
 23   98,8 [3E01FE34] [F6431742]          
 24   98,8 [5F47419D] [75CF4BAD]          
 25   98,8 [5B91C820] [418033BC]          
 26   81,2 [B39E87A3] [1E98B276]          

Can I check or something if finally the rip is 100% correct? How can I know which is the best match when repairing of those 4 options?


Mod Edit: Add thumbnail of image.

Re: I tried to repair a CD-rip with EAC 1.5

Reply #1
Repaired.
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Can I check or something if finally the rip is 100% correct?
You can run Verify. That will give you the full log report including the CTDB section.
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How can I know which is the best match when repairing of those 4 options?
All 4 tracks were repaired by the same recovery record. The log doesn't show you had any other choices.
Edit: Found the picture. Those 4 options were for metadata. To keep original metadata, untick 'Edit Tags' when repairing.
http://cue.tools/wiki/CUETools_Settings#.288.29_Mode_.7Bsection.7D
korth

Re: I tried to repair a CD-rip with EAC 1.5

Reply #2
So this album only had one option to correct it and the 4 results are just for metadata? If someone ripped the CD with different results (because different manufacturing CD or something) where it shows?

How can I open the .accurip file that gets created when repairing?

Re: I tried to repair a CD-rip with EAC 1.5

Reply #3
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If someone ripped the CD with different results (because different manufacturing CD or something) where it shows?
You could enable 'Detailed log' on the 'Advanced Tab' of settings
http://cue.tools/wiki/CUETools_Advanced_Settings:_Advanced#CTDB
the results of rips as a whole CD will be added to the CUETools log (.accurrip file)
http://cue.tools/wiki/CUETools_log#Comparison_of_this_rip_.28whole_disc.29_to_CTDB_records
Note: Due to an issue with early versions of the CTDB EAC Plugin, it is recommended to avoid doing a repair when the CTDB shows only 1/x. (where 1 is the number of rips in the database that match that CTDBID and x is the total number of rips for all CTDBIDs)
http://cue.tools/wiki/CTDB_EAC_Plugin#Known_issues
each CTDBID is a different rip result and each CTDBID that has more than 1/x rips may be due differences in the CD that was ripped (different manufacturing, a manufacturing flaw, etc.).

You can also view the top 10 for the layout of your CD on the database site.
Copy the CTDB TOCID from the EAC extraction logfile
Code: [Select]
SgMv28hQhGAe8OA_wEWkQuSkTok-
and add that to
Code: [Select]
http://db.cuetools.net/top.php?tocid=
http://db.cuetools.net/top.php?tocid=SgMv28hQhGAe8OA_wEWkQuSkTok-
The Cf column to the far right is the number of rips that match each CTDBID.

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How can I open the .accurip file that gets created when repairing?
The .accurip file is a text file that can be opened with a text editor such as 'notepad'.
korth

 
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