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    Re: Accidental eject makes fake rips?

    I think you're right. Running two or three drives simultaneously definitely requires attention and invites muck-ups. What can I say, I don't have the patience to sit waiting for single drives. ...
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    Re: Accidental eject makes fake rips?

    Yes, that would have been a great default. Unfortunately, as best I can tell, CD Ripper does not attach any rip in formation whatsoever to the individual track files.

    Another related thing I'm...
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    Re: Accidental eject makes fake rips?

    Thanks for responding, garym.
    The displayed track list at the end of the rip looks "Accurate", totally identical for the missed rips. There's no sign they were skipped. Sure looks like a bug to...
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    Accidental eject makes fake rips?

    I've been ripping several hundred CDs on three different drives simultaneously, and sometimes I accidentally manually eject a cd that is still in the middle of being ripped.

    What I've noticed,...
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    Re: Saving settings with simultaneous rips

    Thanks, done!
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    Re: Burst rip selected single track(s)?

    Interesting. Mine was "Windows Internal (for limited accounts)". Maybe that was because I used CD Ripper as trial for a few days before paying for a licensed copy. Makes me wonder what else might...
  7. Running multiple instances of CD Ripper at the same time on multiple CD drives

    When running running multiple instances of CD Ripper at the same time on multiple CD drives, each launch of Ripper defaults to the same drive.

    Also there's no way to set up separate launch icons...
  8. For CD ripper, special case profiles for problem CDs or tracks

    For CD Ripper

    I'd like better support of infrequently used special case settings or profile. I would likely use this when ripping problematic CDs or certain troublesome tracks.

    I don't want to...
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    Re: Burst rip selected single track(s)?

    Wow! I turned on SPT and my rip accuracy improved sharply! 40 CDs and virtually zero error so far. The one disk I had trouble with, I gave a quick swipe with isopropyl and switched drives, and it...
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    Re: Burst rip selected single track(s)?

    Thanks Spoon, SPT did the trick! I didn't even have to turn on C2, and it was able to get a Secure read of that wacky track! I'm looking forward to seeing how accuracy works for other CDs now.
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    Re: Saving settings with simultaneous rips

    No, mville, I'm not saying that.

    I'm saying that if I'm ripping a lot of CDs, all with multiple launches of the same standard carefully configured profile, and I need to switch to a different...
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    Re: Saving settings with simultaneous rips

    Thanks, GaryM, I'm sure it does default to the last profile used -- sorta. But if I have three instances open (on three different drives) and they aren't all using the same profile, which one does...
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    Re: Burst rip selected single track(s)?

    I did. It's fully registered. Please see above. I'll try attaching a screenshot.
    3186

    EDIT: Here's a second screenshot, of what I see for C2.
    I tried a Detect on one CD drive, BTW. It...
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    Re: Saving settings with simultaneous rips

    OK, I tested.

    I had three instances of CD Ripper running. I created a new "Troubleshooter" profile on one of them, and then closed it, and then closed all the others.

    Then I re-opened a...
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    Re: Saving settings with simultaneous rips

    You're missing the point, I think.

    Yes, I can change my permanent profile -- and if I forget or launch another instance, because I'm riping with multiple drives at once, I will then be using it on...
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    Re: Saving settings with simultaneous rips

    That could work nicely. Do you know if there are any launch command options so one could select the desired profile while launching CD Ripper from, say, a desktop icon?

    That way I could have an...
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    Re: Burst rip selected single track(s)?

    I don't seem to be able to access that option. It's greyed out.
    The docs say something about "Reference required". I do have a "Reference Registered" status.
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    Re: Saving settings with simultaneous rips

    I thought about your suggestion, it sounded good at first, but then I realized that I really don't want to have to replicate any changes manually to all instances. That way leads to madness. Or at...
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    Re: Burst rip selected single track(s)?

    Thanks, yes, I have multiple drives, two types, but all (even the best) get the same error.

    I'll try the C2 thing when I find it. Is there any way I can turn it off for a single track rip without...
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    Saving settings with simultaneous rips

    I run several drives doing multiple simultaneous rips by running CD Ripper multiple times together. It works quite nicely, all I have to do is point each copy to a different drive.

    So here's my...
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    Re: Burst rip selected single track(s)?

    Thanks Spoon, but... hear me out, please.

    As I stated previously, I can play the track, and it sounds fine. So the track must be readable to some extent.

    If I were to guess, it seems as...
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    Re: ASUS BW-16D1HT Errors everywhere...

    Fascinating. I'm going to see if I can re-flash the LG now...

    I ripping several hundred. The ASUS I'm using two of is the DRW-24F1ST d. It's both cheap and quite accurate, better than my LG...
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    Re: Burst rip selected single track(s)?

    Yes, this is not the usual inaccurate or insecure rip. The exact error message is:

    "Error ripping to FLAC, 'Track 14' to 'O:\OneDrive\Music on OneDrive\Rips\FLAC\Various Artists\Celtic Twilight,...
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    Burst rip selected single track(s)?

    Occasionally I will have tracks that just fail to rip. As a fallback last chance option, what can I do to just get what I can? If the track is playable, it should be rippable, should it not?
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  25. Re: Any tips to speed up re-rips on poor CDs?

    Ah! Thanks! Well, it is what it is, so long as I know. Some CDs are just never going to get better.

    I frankly think there should be a clear way to get a "best efforts" rip with configurable...
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