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EAC rip produces crackly audio, split from "best possible 320CBR"
Charmangus
post May 28 2013, 10:42
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ok after having read all this i've decided to give -b320 %source% %dest% a crack.

Ripped with 100% quality came out crackly as hell.

What exactly am I doing wrong here?

CD is brand new
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Charmangus
post May 28 2013, 12:38
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CD plays fine on stereo, pc whatever. Ripping to WAV uncompressed is also crackly.
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Kohlrabi
post May 28 2013, 15:28
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QUOTE (Charmangus @ May 28 2013, 13:38) *
CD plays fine on stereo, pc whatever. Ripping to WAV uncompressed is also crackly.
Does this affect all your rips, or is it a single CD? This should not happen at all. I guess it would be beneficial to address this problem first, maybe a moderator can split this topic, so that the ripping issue is solved regardless of the ongoing LAME discussion.

This post has been edited by Kohlrabi: May 28 2013, 15:30


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post May 28 2013, 15:36
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QUOTE (Kohlrabi @ May 28 2013, 09:28) *
QUOTE (Charmangus @ May 28 2013, 13:38) *
CD plays fine on stereo, pc whatever. Ripping to WAV uncompressed is also crackly.
Does this affect all your rips, or is it a single CD? This should not happen at all. I guess it would be beneficial to address this problem first, maybe a moderator can split this topic, so that the ripping issue is solved regardless of the ongoing LAME discussion.


Just throwing a guess out here - if it happens on all CDs ripped in that drive, could it be a Big Endian issue?
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greynol
post May 28 2013, 16:01
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Have you ever heard what an Endian issue sounds like?

If not then please try setting it incorrectly and see what happens.


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Charmangus
post Jul 9 2013, 00:06
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It's not the drive. Or the CD. Can rip fine with the likes of itunes etc
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post Jul 9 2013, 01:06
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You would be better served by providing information about how you have EAC configured and what happens if you rip other discs instead of just telling us that it doesn't work, leaving us to guess what might be the problem.

Including a log file would be a good start.

Waiting over a month to get back to us doesn't seem like a good way to get help either. wink.gif


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