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Thread: Help with secure rip settings (newbie)

  1. #1

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    Help with secure rip settings (newbie)

    Hello,

    I am having a problem getting a cd to show up as ripped error free (I think). I am not a programmer or technician, so a lot of the settings are over my head. Do I have everything set up correctly? I want to rip a couple cds that have a few scratches on them. According to EAC my drive supports accurate stream, c2 pointers, and NOT caching. Whevener I try to have dbpoweramp detect caching it hangs and I am forced to close the program. Here are my settings.

    Drive: E: TSSTcorp -DVD+-RW TS-L632D
    Eject after rip: Not checked
    Ripping Speed: Maximum
    Spin-up Time: None
    Spin-down after: Default
    Sample offset: +6
    Read into Lead-in or Lead-out Communication: SCSI Pass Through (SPT)
    Prevent auto-run on all CD drives: Not checked


    Ultra Secure
    Minimum Ultra Passes: 1
    Maximum Ultra Passes: 8
    End after Clean Passes: 1
    Vary Drive Speed each pass: Not checked

    Individual Bad Frames
    Maximum Re-Reads: 50
    Set Drive Speed: Maximum

    Drive Read Cache: 1024KB
    Clear Read Cache with FUA: Not Checked
    C2 Error Pointers for Error Detection: Checked

    Unrecoverable Bad Frames: No Abort
    Interpolate Unrecoverable Frames: Not Checked
    Mark Track as Error if Insecure: Not Checked

    Secure Extraction Log

    Report Contents: Simple
    Write to File: Not Checked
    Add to Information Log: Not checked




    My rip status comes back as X AR (20) Check Mark (In Green) Secure

  2. #2
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    Re: Help with secure rip settings (newbie)

    You might have a different pressing of audio cd to the one stored in AR.

  3. #3

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    Re: Help with secure rip settings (newbie)

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon
    You might have a different pressing of audio cd to the one stored in AR.
    Thanks for the quick response Spoon.

    One last question. Are my settings correct for when I am secure ripping?

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    Re: Help with secure rip settings (newbie)

    They look ok.

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