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About accuraterip
Hi !
I had a little question about this log.
How can this be "Partial match" since i have the same copy as the others ? The log shows 05/05.
And what does "Partial match" mean exactly ? Does that mean the rip isn't good ?
Sometimes it says i have the same copy as let's say 30 people but it still says it's a partial match.
Thanks for helping !

  • Porcus
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Re: About accuraterip
Reply #1
Is this EAC or is it foobar2000? Whoever invented the term "Partial match" ... it does not verify. Try CUETools, you may have a hit with a different offset. (That is, usually: a pressing with the same bits except moved some samples to the left or to the right.)

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Oh, sorry ! I didn't say it but it's Foobar ! It's with the file integrity verifier component (http://www.foobar2000.org/components/view/foo_verifier)
So, i should try to check my flac files with CueTools ? Can CueTools use the accuraterip database to find my tracks ? If so, can you explain to me how you do it ?

  • korth
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Reply #3
The following quotes refer to "partial match" in an earlier version of CUETools:
Partial match means in fact inaccurate rip. CRCs for the whole track don't match. The only difference between "partial match" and "no matches" is that a CRC for a segment of the file that is used for offset detection does match.
I would refrain from drawing any conclusions about a partial match considering that the offset checksum is generated over just one frame of audio data (only 588 samples!).
Actually, greynol is right. Partial match is an offset checksum match, and this message is the only case when CUETools uses it. Basically, "partial match" is the same as "no match".
korth

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Oh, so the tracks aren't accurate..So, how can i find if my tracks are accurate ? Knowing that they're already ripped...

  • Porcus
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Yeah, it looked like a foobar2000 output, but you called it "EAC.txt" ... now, did you rip it yourself?

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Reply #6
It was to find it among my other files, nothing more ;)
Nope, i didn't rip it myself, why ? How can i use CueTools to see if the songs are in the accuraterip database ?
  • Last Edit: 25 October, 2017, 08:33:57 PM by TheModifiedDog

  • korth
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  • Last Edit: 28 October, 2017, 07:13:34 PM by korth
korth

Re: About accuraterip
Reply #8
Thanks a lot Korth ! :) I was going to believe nobody was going to answer anymore ;) How can i close a topic now that i know how to do it ?