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"Accurately ripped with different offset"

The log file from a recent CD rip (using XLD) reads: "Track 01 : OK (v2, confidence 8/105, with different offset) ... Accurately ripped with different offset (v2, confidence 8/105, offset +1207)". The same message appears for every track of the CD. I haven't encountered something like this before. What does it mean?

"Accurately ripped with different offset"

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The log file from a recent CD rip (using XLD) reads: "Track 01 : OK (v2, confidence 8/105, with different offset) ... Accurately ripped with different offset (v2, confidence 8/105, offset +1207)". The same message appears for every track of the CD. I have encountered something like this before. What does it mean?


That means it is a different pressing, and that the two different masterhouses have written it to master with the same audio except everything has moved some bits to the left or right. (This is very common!)

XLD will search for those when it looks for AccurateRip matches.
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"Accurately ripped with different offset"

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And in the end, you can relax: it means that all of the actual musical content has been correctly extracted!
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"Accurately ripped with different offset"

Reply #3
Thanks! I was worried for a moment that the rip wasn't accurate.

 
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