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General - (fb2k) / Re: UPnP MediaRenderer output | discussion
Last post by WhistleChips -
Hi Everyone,

Quick question about the UPNP plugin. Does it work with other active DSPs? So for example, MathAudio Room EQ? Basically I am thinking about replacing my USB DAC with a Cambridge CXN Network Streamer. So I was hoping to be able to stream directly from Foobar to the streamer and still be able to use MathAudio Room EQ.

Thanks for reading.

I am able to stream from FB2K to an Outlaw RR 2160 while using several DSP's.
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CD Hardware/Software / Re: AccurateRip version 1 vs version 2 CRCs inermixed?
Last post by ThatsGobbles -
Your wording makes me ask a potentially stupid question:
Are you sure there are two pressings? Or is it one pressing, that has had both ARv1 data submitted from some rips, and ARv2 data submitted from other rips?

To be totally honest, I'm not sure anymore! My impression was that for a given physical CD, V1 and V2 CRCs would be treated as different pressings entirely.
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Support - (fb2k) / Re: Conversion failed: File is already in use
Last post by Case -
Converter may get an update to better handle use cases like this. In the mean time you could manually convert to a temporary directory and move finished files to the target.

As for your latest post, foobar2000 requires exclusive access to files while changing them. You probably wouldn't want a file to be corrupted during upload.
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CD Hardware/Software / AccurateRip version 1 vs version 2 CRCs inermixed?
Last post by ThatsGobbles -
Hello all, long-time lurker here (more than 10 years now)! Hopefully this is the right subforum to post this in, if not, please feel free to move it.

For kicks, and to learn a new programming language, I've been working on a Rust re-implementation of the well-known ARFlac.pl script. For my testing, I ripped a well-known album, and downloaded the matching BIN file from the AccurateRip DB. However, after I generated version 1 and 2 CRCs, looking at the DB data, I see that the CRCs I'm calculating are mixed between different pressings (color coded red and blue for V1 and V2 CRCs, respectively):

Pressing 1:

    TrackResult { confidence: 122, crc: 4158045718 },
    TrackResult { confidence: 123, crc: 3175593300 },
    TrackResult { confidence: 125, crc: 1895033188 },
    TrackResult { confidence: 123, crc: 1209064292 },
    TrackResult { confidence: 123, crc: 751048154 },
    TrackResult { confidence: 122, crc: 2692720149 },
    TrackResult { confidence: 122, crc: 3342672821 },
    TrackResult { confidence: 119, crc: 41310113 },
    TrackResult { confidence: 121, crc: 3288026773 },
    TrackResult { confidence: 122, crc: 2772935668 },

Pressing 2:

    TrackResult { confidence: 119, crc: 3733010837 },
    TrackResult { confidence: 120, crc: 3824549311 },
    TrackResult { confidence: 119, crc: 1038071824 },
    TrackResult { confidence: 120, crc: 1723505091 },
    TrackResult { confidence: 122, crc: 841709511 },
    TrackResult { confidence: 121, crc: 3087785059 },
    TrackResult { confidence: 121, crc: 2819070029 },
    TrackResult { confidence: 119, crc: 4152591618 },
    TrackResult { confidence: 119, crc: 2834344192 },
    TrackResult { confidence: 120, crc: 1799856152 },

CRCs I Calculated:

    CRCs { v1: 3733010837, v2: 4158045718 },
    CRCs { v1: 3175593300, v2: 3824549311 },
    CRCs { v1: 1895033188, v2: 1038071824 },
    CRCs { v1: 1209064292, v2: 1723505091 },
    CRCs { v1: 841709511, v2: 751048154 },
    CRCs { v1: 3087785059, v2: 2692720149 },
    CRCs { v1: 2819070029, v2: 3342672821 },
    CRCs { v1: 41310113, v2: 4152591618 },
    CRCs { v1: 3288026773, v2: 2834344192 },
    CRCs { v1: 2772935668, v2: 1799856152 },


There are a few other pressings, but they have much lower confidence numbers and/or CRCs of zero. Based on my understanding from Spoon's excellent code samples and the AccurateRip wiki entry, I would have expected one pressing to be all red, and the other all blue. Is there something I'm not understanding correctly about the way AR data is stored?
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