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Will CD ripped to 1 FLAC file for each track still play with no gaps?
Elias Pies de Pl...
post Mar 28 2013, 01:13
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Hello there I want to know if in the case of uninterrupted tracks -such as The Wall songs- are played exactly the same regardless the album is kept on single file or splitted with CueTools. Is there any gap after the splitting when the flac are played on winamp? I am a fundamentalis of no gaps on these uninterrupted tracks. Most probably this is perfectly obvious but I am not well versed on this world. Thanks.
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doveman
post Aug 12 2013, 23:12
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Is it recommended to use CUERipper rather than EAC for ripping to individual flac tracks using FLACCL and preserving the gaps/no gaps, or is EAC just as capable?

I haven't ripped any CDs in quite a while now but I used to use EAC and was quite impressed with the options it had to ensure accurate rips. In comparison, CUERipper seems a bit light on options but for all I know, some magic goes on in the background to avoid the need to present said options.
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post Aug 12 2013, 23:40
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QUOTE (doveman @ Aug 12 2013, 23:12) *
Is it recommended to use CUERipper rather than EAC for ripping to individual flac tracks using FLACCL and preserving the gaps/no gaps, or is EAC just as capable?
EAC is just as capable.

A notable difference is that CUETools automatically chooses the method for detecting gaps, whereas EAC allows manual selection among three different methods, defaulting to A, which should be fine for most drives. I see no reason why, given correct automatic detection in CUETools and the right manual choice in EAC, the two programs would not return identical results.

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post Aug 13 2013, 01:14
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QUOTE (db1989 @ Aug 12 2013, 23:40) *
EAC is just as capable.

A notable difference is that CUETools automatically chooses the method for detecting gaps, whereas EAC allows manual selection among three different methods, defaulting to A, which should be fine for most drives. I see no reason why, given correct automatic detection in CUETools and the right manual choice in EAC, the two programs would not return identical results.


Great, thanks.
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