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Ask about Cue Tools tta file output

Hi, newbie here.

For a long time I uses Medieval to split cue+tta files, but after reading https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php/topic,57563.msg683198.html#msg683198

I found out that Medieval isn't quite good which is a shame since its very user friendly for me, now I tried using CueTools to split a tta files (japanese CD, so the tracks will be gibberish in ANSI),



After splitting, CueTools gives this:

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[CUETools log; Date: 3/23/2016 12:08:10 PM; Version: 2.1.5]
[CTDB TOCID: JVDRMM7kRkn_3fapq5MaI3JJMnU-] found.
Track | CTDB Status
  1   | (0/9) No match
  2   | (0/9) No match
  3   | (0/9) No match
  4   | (0/9) No match
  5   | (0/9) No match
  6   | (0/9) No match
  7   | (0/9) No match
[AccurateRip ID: 0006fcd1-00298ea3-5505fc07] found.
Track   [  CRC   |   V2   ] Status
 01     [33e70bf6|7d12765a] (0+0/1) No match
 02     [a30628ba|78edf284] (0+0/1) No match
 03     [0f8b6f63|2704de4b] (0+0/1) No match
 04     [9b7c35e1|8468f352] (0+0/1) No match
 05     [25760661|9885a43e] (0+0/1) No match
 06     [29c4f35f|17b2d42a] (0+0/1) No match
 07     [19af7290|e0bab917] (0+0/1) No match

Track Peak [ CRC32  ] [W/O NULL]
 --   99.9 [AA19244F] [43519E69]          
 01   99.9 [13FCD49C] [6AD00BD5]          
 02   99.9 [E4B659EA] [AD918F04]          
 03   98.7 [D734D2A7] [7507CEA0]          
 04   98.7 [58BF3432] [5025070E]          
 05   99.9 [B291699D] [C5338BAC]          
 06   98.7 [786CE11F] [613C0FF9]          
 07   98.7 [5D965C1C] [EF771610]          

The files did split and playing just fine, but I dunno what happened, can anybody please help, what I'm trying to achieve is like the before mentioned thread where I could get a accurate rip.

Re: Ask about Cue Tools tta file output

Reply #1
You did the right thing.

You should be getting the same verification results for the split version as you did for the image+cue. Whether these match the original CD, who knows... they don't match any of the rips submitted so far, so maybe your image+cue was not accurate. The original CD is needed to find out for sure.

Re: Ask about Cue Tools tta file output

Reply #2
I see, if the cue+tta files isn't accurate, then does it still better using CueTools compared to Medieval? from what I see, if the source file isn't accurate, then using CueTools would be the same as Medieval right?

Re: Ask about Cue Tools tta file output

Reply #3
I see, if the cue+tta files isn't accurate, then does it still better using CueTools compared to Medieval? from what I see, if the source file isn't accurate, then using CueTools would be the same as Medieval right?
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Re: Ask about Cue Tools tta file output

Reply #4
With CUETools your converted files are bit-identical to source files, with Medieval they usually are not.

Re: Ask about Cue Tools tta file output

Reply #5
Okay thanks very much for the suggestion you guys, I'll get more use of Cue Tools then.

 
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