Re: EAC Unhandled exception at ASPI32.4152 -> ASSIGN-RANGE
Reply #67 – 2022-12-28 22:11:32
I'm wasn't asking for what alternative method I should use, but how to modify the software so that it would work past the current limit.The limit is at the SCSI command set level. But please, feel free to contact the T10 committee and explain why you need SCSI updated to support impossibly large CDs. If there is a hard cap set in both, they can be changed at the source code level. Everything there is in a log:Okay, let's see what that would actually look like: My EAC Impersonation Script, last modified DATE Conversion logfile from DATE, TIME ARTIST / ALBUM Used drive : n/a Read mode : n/a Utilize accurate stream : n/a Defeat audio cache : n/a Make use of C2 pointers : n/a Read offset correction : n/a Overread into Lead-In and Lead-Out : n/a Fill up missing offset samples with silence : n/a Delete leading and trailing silent blocks : n/a Null samples used in CRC calculations : n/a Used interface : n/a Gap handling : n/a Used output format : Encoder Selected bitrate : SETTING Quality : SETTING Add ID3 tag : SETTING Command line compressor : PATH Additional command line options : SETTING TOC of the extracted CD Track | Start | Length | Start sector | End sector --------------------------------------------------------- 1 | n/a | n/a | n/a | n/a Track 1 Filename DATA Pre-gap length n/a Peak level DATA Extraction speed n/a Track quality n/a Test CRC n/a Copy CRC n/a n/a Conversion OK 1 track(s) converted No errors occurred End of status report ---- CUETools DB Plugin n/a [CTDB TOCID: n/a] not a disc Submit result: not a disc ==== Log checksum n/a ==== Anything I've replaced with "n/a" is meaningless outside of ripping a physical CD. Does this look good? Or do you think something is missing? Do they rip DVDs and BDs?Do they convert FLAC files downloaded from Bandcamp?