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ROLO46, Apr 3, 2009 #16 David R. Lou2005-07-18, 09:16 PMYeah actually the reason I posted was because I saw that, it's like how could something unused before get 99.9% and not 100%? Subscribe Search This Thread Start a New Thread post #1 of 4 1/30/15 at 9:27am Thread Starter plonter Trader Feedback: +2 offline 3,464 Posts. Home Sitemap Contact

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Your next step should be to begin ripping using Beginners guide to ripping with EAC. As many of you will know, some of these discs take a looooong time to rip. If I have some glitches in a WAV after extraction, and I didn't hit the glitch removal button before I got out of that menu, is there a way to access Why?

Why does EAC insert them? David R. If I have to, I'll switch to burst mode, and then listen carefully to the ripped file for sonic artifacts....sometimes there is, but often there isn't. Thanks for the response.

Another mode (up to half of maximum speed) is for non-caching, accurate stream drives (without C2 support). Products Support Community Forums Wiki Home Home Beginners guide to installing EAC From SqueezeboxWiki Jump to: navigation, search DISCLAIMER: EAC is a powerful tool with hundreds of options. However, I've also noticed that when I get an occasional near-end-of-CD below 100% track rip, I am fortunate enough to be able to pop the CD into the older drive and Burst copy is even worse, no synchronization is performed at all, enabling extraction at maximum speed of the drive.

If not, try to lower speed or even to extract in burst mode, sometimes this will give better results (but no error reporting though). So your setup should look like this: 12. I'll uncheck the box and try out some rips as soon as I get the chance. Once if you write in TAO (Track At Once), there have to be a gap between tracks, so use DAO (Disc At Once) instead.

If you can’t hear any problems at these bad locations on normal playback, you could try ripping in burst mode.Click to expand... EAC grabs only at speed 4x in secure mode, surely. mjb2006 Hero Member Joined: 12 May, 2006 Posts: 1,144 Logged EAC read error, sync error Reply #1 – 29 May, 2014, 02:58:31 PM Since it appears pristine but won't rip on On the Normalize tab you most definitely want Normalization Off.

Track Title Or for a Various Artists album: 1. The newer drive rips more consistently at 100% quality than the older drive. No two people will have exactly the same setup or preferences. Head-Fi's Best Sellers ASUS Xonar Essence STX14 Reviews “great neutral sound, easy installation” “absolutely neutral, decent headphone amp, built quality, design” » More on ASUS Xonar Essence STX $210.16See it FiiO

That you have had the same problem on different drives eliminates that it is a drive problem, I would think. See here. These are audience recordings sent to me on cd. A Track quality of 100% obviously means that the track was extracted 100% correct.

Go to compression options and have a look if you selected "Do not write WAV header" and specified "cgf" below. If you don't like this feature of EAC and prefer fast copies instead of secure copies, you are able to use the fast or burst extraction option in the drive options Thread Status: Not open for further replies. But EAC doesn't report all errors in that mode!

Then install Flac from the installer. Modny, Apr 2, 2009 #11 CardinalFang New Member Location: .... Privacy Statement - Contact - FAQ Log in or Sign up Steve Hoffman Music Forums Home Forums > Discussions > Audio Hardware > Sync Errors on final tracks in EAC So it only indicates read problems.

If so, I would suspect that this has been caused by bad handling of the discs by something like a multi-disc changer, a car CD player or some type of storage Try to clean it (from the inner ring to the outer bound), perhaps it works better then. That is one reason why the program is slower than other rippers. The EAC report indicates "No error" but when I hear the resulting wav file there is an error in it (a blank at the position where the correction indicator got highlighted)!

One of the discs was re-burned at a slower burning speed and now rips properly. David R. It is active and knowledgeable. I was always getting suspicious positions right at the end of the last track.

So this is no quality information, it is useful for creating a CD mixed of tracks from different CDs and for normalizing. How to read the CRC codes? Thanks for the info. It just seems to be quite a coincidence that three different traders could have problems with their discs, given that not all cds from source had errors.

Track quality is normally 100%, but occasionally dips to the high 90's though never below 97%. Hopefully, it won't result in any "offset data" being lost. bigvlad12 Newbie Joined: 29 May, 2014 Posts: 3 Logged EAC read error, sync error 29 May, 2014, 11:10:05 AM Hello. So it's also usually a good idea to listen to your rips before sharing.

So, in the worst case, bad sectors are read up to 82 times! However, as almost everyone has said above, if the checksums match the probability that an error occurred should be essentially zero. Advertisement / Anzeige EAC has several secure read modes, depending on the features of the drive. I'll also double-check to ensure that I don't have the over-read into lead-in/lead-out option checked.

Lou2005-07-18, 07:27 PMOK good, thanks. Taperssection.com» Gear / Technical Help» Post-Processing, Computer / Streaming / Internet Devices & Related Activity» Topic: EAC Read and Sync Errors « previous next » Print Pages: [1] Go Down Author Discussion of change log here: http://www.digital-inn.de/exact-audio-copy-english/36596-eac-0-99-pb4-released.html 2. I have clicked on the "Possible Errors" after extraction, and then I have to "Select A Track".

In a secure rip, it occurs because it wasn't able to read the data exactly the same way...twice. When you use Windows NT/2000, the native SCSI interface could also make some problems, so also install the Adaptec interface in that case. So I decided to listen to it anyway,but there are a lot of holes and jumps in the audio..it is really unlistenable.  It is strange because the cd doesn't look in