See Cdparanoia for details. ^b A number of different types CUE sheet types are available. IMO, this issue has been poorly supported by Apple and why I believe they no longer manufacture/support iPods with HDDs. powered by ElkArte 1.0.9 | SimplePortal 2.4 © 2008-2014 | credits Skip to main content ↑ ↓ Hydrogenaudio Forums 1 Hour 1 Day 1 Week 1 Month Forever Community Help On the other hand, there are a very select few where I bought a replacement disc and encountered the exact same problem, which would suggest a problem with the entire run get redirected here
they are pristine (i usually only take them out once to rip them... The only issues I have encountered is where a damaged disc "times out" during rip. CUEtools matched 113. 1 Print CD-R and Audio Hardware CD Hardware/Software bad CD's or copy protection?
very slow 0.2X read speed but it might rev up the drive up to the maximum speed at the same time.Some CD's are just either badly manufactured and/or sensitive to high Oyama, Aug 20, 2009 #3 coopmv Newton 1/30/2001 - 8/31/2011 Location: CT, USA I have the same problems with a few CD's. If you do, have a look at the mp3 file Encoder Settings tag and it will contain the following: -crc="1" if you had the CRC Error Protection turned on when converting. I have also had this random skipping and freezing happening on another ipod, this other one was an original ipod with its original hard drive.
Member Joined: 21 July, 2009 Posts: 98 Logged bad CD's or copy protection? 23 September, 2009, 01:17:24 AM hey everyone... In my collection of roughly 3,000 discs, I've had this happen more times than I anticipated. I then remove and clean. click here now n/a n/a n/a no n/a ?
CUETools db The CUETools Database (CTDB) is similar to AccurateRip, but it's for whole-CD rips only (not separate tracks) and has cross-pressing support built-in. They play perfectly in a regular CD player but my computer CD/DVD drive just encounters errors when I try to rip these CD's. so far, the only pattern I've noticed is that the affected tracks are usually towards the end of the CD (i.e. APEv2 Tags can store album art.
DPM, Aug 20, 2009 #2 Oyama Active Member Location: Canada Out of the 1500+ CDs that I have converted to FLAC only a handful gave me problems ripping. https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php/topic,104630.0.html I play the track and listen for problems and I may not hear anything wrong. They play perfectly in a regular CD player but my computer CD/DVD drive just encounters errors when I try to rip these CD's. Reply #22 – 19 October, 2009, 01:30:59 PM Quote from: Chinch on 19 October, 2009, 02:21:36 AMCode: [Select]Avenged Sevenfold - City Of Evil - 2005.cue: rip accurate (113/113)Where did this come
But I don't get my panties in too much of a wad if I don't always get AR confirmation. Reply With Quote 09-21-2015,07:36 PM #6 mville View Profile View Forum Posts dBpoweramp Guru Join Date Dec 2008 Location London, UK Posts 1,768 Re: CRC error protection what exactly is this Do not trust iTunes for ripping. hours..
I speak as a guy who's ripped more than 5000 CDs over the last 7-8 years. Reply #15 – 09 October, 2009, 09:19:04 AM i tried Nero Disc Speed last night and it did no good; it didn't slow my drive down at all while using EAC.i Akkurat Hero Member Joined: 14 November, 2007 Posts: 929 Logged Developer bad CD's or copy protection? useful reference Quote...and as for the TOOL cd, it will reach a certain point and it will just take FOREVER to read through a certain point...
Here's what I have checked under CD rip, Query AccuratelyRip database to check intergrity. Sorry to hear that. Check the following post I made: Strange problem reading a CD accurately, balance problem?, it's a link straight to the solution/explanation (check the first post in that topic if you want
Black Elk, Aug 20, 2009 #10 Sully Well-Known Member Location: Verona, NJ USA I don't know but weren't some CDs copyright protected preventing copying? It's not enough to cause a major headache but I've moved to using XLD for serious ripping (i.e. sorry there.. here and here) there have been many discussions and questions about the differences between different Digital Audio Extraction (DAE) software packages (CD rippers).
here is what i options i used to rip it, and i did not have to change drive speed or anything:Code: [Select]Used drive: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-S223B Adapter: 0ID: 1 Read mode : If your CD Ripper supports HTOA (dBpoweramp) it can be ripped if the drive can read HTOA. They were brand new, but refused to rip - probably a bad pressing. Which is very unusual...
The final copy protection employed is the installation of a Trojan program when the audio CD is inserted in to a computer (hidden in an Enhanced CD), these Trojan programs can These problems come up with new box sets I've purchased from Mosaic, as well as used box sets with "mint condition" discs. When I got this behaviour, I had to return the iPod to Apple and got a warranty replacement. A secure ripper must be able to detect and invalidate the cache (by reading more than the cache value before the section of audio desired).
I tried that and my problem track still isn't verified with AccurateRip. mp3 stores internally encodings as floating point, but generally speaking encoding a 16 bit audio CD to mp3 then back to 32 bit floating point wave will not yield extra bit