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Gap detection accuracy levels in EAC, how bad is "inaccurate"?
PFS
post Mar 20 2005, 06:34
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Sorry for starting so many threads...but this one is important.

I've just ripped about 150 CDs of my collection with EAC, and I just realized that my gap detection was set to method B, inaccurate. I've done some searches and found that secure and accurate are about the same, but I couldn't figure out how bad inaccurate is in comparison.

I tried re-reripping a few discs, and noticed no difference in the cuesheets.

So how bad is inaccurate? If there's much risk that my rips are off, I'll probably redo the whole thing...I'm kind of nuts that way (want as close to perfect rips as possible) and I've got lots of time this summer....
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post Mar 20 2005, 17:38
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I've seen some differences between Method A - Accurate and Method B - Inaccurate. I keep the setting at A - Accurate on my NEC NR-7800A.


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post Mar 20 2005, 19:06
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QUOTE (Societal Eclipse @ Mar 20 2005, 10:38 AM)
I've seen some differences between Method A - Accurate and Method B - Inaccurate.  I keep the setting at A - Accurate on my NEC NR-7800A.
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Were the discs you were ripping damaged at all? Or were the differences strictly due to the different methods and security levels used in detecting the gaps?

Right now I'm just hoping that different methods and security levels will return the same info so long as the disc is clean and readable...
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- PFS   Gap detection accuracy levels in EAC   Mar 20 2005, 06:34
- - AtaqueEG   Depends on your drive, really. Most modern drives...   Mar 20 2005, 06:43
- - dewey1973   From The Coaster Factory: QUOTE The Detection acc...   Mar 20 2005, 06:53
- - PFS   Awesome, thanks for the replys....that was just wh...   Mar 20 2005, 14:58
- - Societal Eclipse   I've seen some differences between Method A - ...   Mar 20 2005, 17:38
|- - PFS   QUOTE (Societal Eclipse @ Mar 20 2005, 10:38 ...   Mar 20 2005, 19:06
- - Pio2001   The gap information is not in the TOC AFAIK. It is...   Mar 21 2005, 00:24
- - precisionist   QUOTE (Pio2001 @ Mar 21 2005, 12:24 AM)The ga...   Mar 31 2005, 20:08
- - Supacon   Kind of unrelated, but I noticed that Plextools...   Mar 31 2005, 22:24
- - PFS   Man, I know what you mean. It's the kind of t...   Apr 1 2005, 17:02
|- - hdarwen   Have noticed the same thing with differences in Pl...   Apr 15 2005, 16:02
- - Supacon   QUOTE (hdarwen @ Apr 15 2005, 07:02 AM)...am ...   Apr 26 2005, 21:45
|- - markanini   QUOTE (Supacon @ Apr 26 2005, 12:45 PM)QUOTE ...   Apr 26 2005, 22:45
|- - hdarwen   QUOTE (markanini @ Apr 26 2005, 10:45 PM)Of c...   Apr 27 2005, 12:22
- - toNka   Well, I've done a little testing and came up w...   Mar 29 2007, 18:48
- - JunkieXL   The tracks will not be affected by a difference in...   Mar 29 2007, 20:14
|- - greynol   QUOTE (JunkieXL @ Mar 29 2007, 12:14) The...   Mar 29 2007, 20:49
- - elpres   What you are comparing are the waveforms of the im...   Mar 29 2007, 20:40
- - toNka   I append gaps to the previous track (EAC Default) ...   Apr 5 2007, 10:24
|- - greynol   QUOTE (toNka @ Apr 5 2007, 02:24) I appen...   Apr 5 2007, 19:13
- - toNka   So, is there a better way, more bit perfect, to ri...   Apr 6 2007, 11:35


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