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Topic: Cue tools: what do you check? (Read 2527 times) previous topic - next topic
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Cue tools: what do you check?

Does cuetools check your checksums, created while ripping, or the audio file how it is presented the moment you check a cue file? In other words, when it says a track is accurately ripped, can it be that the audio file present isn't "good" anymore, damaged?