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CD-R and Audio Hardware => CUETools => Topic started by: maurisbt on 2021-04-07 09:38:11

Title: Strange result in CTDB after ripping
Post by: maurisbt on 2021-04-07 09:38:11
Hello,
I tried to rip a cd with EAC and, according to CTDB, all tracks are accurately ripped, except one, and the result of this track is:
(134/137) Differs in 540 samples @02:06:11,02:06:36-02:06:37,02:06:62-02:06:63,02:07:00-02:07:01,02:08:29-02:08:30,02:08:42-02:08:43,02:08:69,02:09:06-02:09:07,02:09:19-02:09:20,02:09:46,02:09:72,02:10:10.
What does it mean? 134/137 rips (including mine) are "wrong"? It seems very strange. I add that the CD has no audible problems.
Could you help me to understand?
Thank you.

Title: Re: Strange result in CTDB after ripping
Post by: Porcus on 2021-04-07 11:06:09
It means that 134 of 137 agree on a result that is different from yours.

Likely you should repair it using CUETools, but: what is the accuraterip status, and where are the track boundaries?
Title: Re: Strange result in CTDB after ripping
Post by: korth on 2021-04-07 12:26:08
Please post the FULL log report when requesting information on results..
As Porcus said, your rip differs from 134 out of 137 rips in the database by 540 samples.
540 samples is less than 1/75th second.
http://cue.tools/wiki/CUETools_log#Comparison_of_this_rip_.28individual_tracks.29_to_CTDB_records
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