## ARCue C++ compiles and source

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Reply #26 –

odyssey, I am not sure if your question is answered or not, but when you get something like

Tr1 ** Rip offset: z ** (confidence y)

Tr1 Accurately Ripped (confidence x)

it means that your rip is accurate with X confidence, and there is another set for this CD in the database with an offset difference of Z and a confidence of y.

so for you it means all is fine, ripping finished.

on the other hand, if you have a bad rip and not the log file anymore, just the cue, you can get replies like this one

1 ** Rip offset: 2646 ** (confidence 30)

1 ** Rip offset: 1454 ** (confidence 23)

1 ** Rip offset: 950 ** (confidence 43)

1 ** Rip offset: 681 ** (confidence 48)

so its up to you to pick a pressing set for offset shifting. what you need to do here is looking for the highest confidence with the IDENTICAL offset value for ALL tracks.

(the codebox above shows the output for only one track)