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Used CUETools to verify, got a log, but how to make corrections?

I used CUETools AccurateRip to verify a cue sheet plus a flac image and got a log:

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[CUETools log; Date: 2/26/2011 10:29:38 AM; Version: 2.0.9]
[CTDB TOCID: vCNVX3sdFbed8SXMnaJFANpBQaw-] disk not present in database.
[AccurateRip ID: 000cc3bb-0053f8a6-68091d08] found.
Track  [ CRC    ] Status
 01    [132efc9c] (00/14) No match
 02    [299ec4a5] (00/15) No match
 03    [ef8c4bf8] (00/14) No match
 04    [666cf919] (00/15) No match
 05    [996c7c46] (00/15) No match
 06    [86f92269] (00/15) No match
 07    [2b221406] (00/15) No match
 08    [cb0778d5] (00/15) No match
Offsetted by 1303:
 01    [f37b9ef2] (14/14) Accurately ripped
 02    [79630115] (15/15) Accurately ripped
 03    [1997aeb0] (14/14) Accurately ripped
 04    [6592d1e1] (15/15) Accurately ripped
 05    [1e806c66] (15/15) Accurately ripped
 06    [b0cca390] (15/15) Accurately ripped
 07    [043662ec] (15/15) Accurately ripped
 08    [4836780b] (15/15) Accurately ripped

Track Peak [ CRC32  ] [W/O NULL]
 --  67.2 [9F1E34AA] [7D142D14]         
 01  57.4 [C043658D] [CF3B9C65]         
 02  67.2 [7FDA0DE2] [3285669E]         
 03  52.8 [F1A115ED] [3C5DCE7F]         
 04  64.6 [B1988AF3] [9FE2B28A]         
 05  48.2 [2D51A043] [51E1D581]         
 06  48.9 [23BFBB1C] [E2417E24]         
 07  29.7 [41496C97] [B99EA83A]         
 08  63.6 [0B505876] [B508EB91]         

I'm a newbie to CUETools and AccurateRip and cannot understand the log, nor can I find any documentation on that. It seems that I need to correct the offset to make my CD image accurate, right? But what am I supposed to do to make the correction? Editing the cue sheet? I don't have the original CD with me.

And could someone help me understand the log or point me to useful resources about the log, please?

Thank you!


 

Used CUETools to verify, got a log, but how to make corrections?

Reply #2
You could set the offset and then encode again, but that's just shifting around some milliseconds of silence at the very beginning and end of the disk. The actual audio data is accurately ripped.

 
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