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How accurate are programs that detect and fix Mp3 errors?
FrgNdTd
post Nov 24 2011, 03:13
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I scanned my music library with both Mp3test and Mp3val. Both programs detected different errors in various files. I recently ripped an album with foobar2000 that was ripped with minor errors, neither program detected these when scanned. How accurate are programs that are intended to detect errors and what does fixing these errors accomplish as far as audio quality?
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FrgNdTd
post Nov 24 2011, 05:35
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Okay, thanks. If an audio file is compromised during a rip, where the quality is affected, is there any way to identify/repair it without re-ripping?
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post Nov 24 2011, 09:20
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QUOTE (FrgNdTd @ Nov 24 2011, 04:35) *
Okay, thanks. If an audio file is compromised during a rip, where the quality is affected, is there any way to identify/repair it without re-ripping?


Just rip it properly in the first place, there's plenty of guides on the Wiki for EAC etc smile.gif
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post Nov 24 2011, 11:06
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CueTools will repair some ripping errors in lossless (FLAC) files if the disc details are in its CTDB database.
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