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EAC: Is It OK To Recreate CUE Sheets For Existing Rips Using another Drive?
Hello,

I guess the answer is yes, but I'm asking this just to be on the safe side.
Recently I have discovered that I have been using wrong gap settings for a while. Since I don't know which of my rips have been affected by this rather unfortunate thing, I have decided to recreate the CUE Sheets for all of my CDs. All of my rips don't really need this type of treatment, but my old CUE sheets would definitely benefit from it, because they aren't as complete as they could be. For instance, they don't have any ISRC codes.

I have ripped my CDs on various drives over the years, but now I only have one of them left. My question therefore is: Is it OK to create a new CUE sheet on a drive different from the one used to rip the audio data itself? Will burning the new CUE + old audio still result in a bit-perfect copy? I think it will, but one never knows... :-D

Have fun and thank you ever so much for your help.
  • Last Edit: 16 September, 2017, 03:04:33 PM by MinorKey