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Thread: How to improving ripping speed by allowing some kinds of errors?

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    How to improving ripping speed by allowing some kinds of errors?

    I've noticed that if I use Secure mode, it rips very slowly when it gets to a bad spot.

    Sometimes, however, I rip audiobooks where I don't care whether or not there is some interpolation or errors, as long as I can still understand what is being said. However, if a track is completely missing, etc., then I want to have the chance to clean or even repair the CD. I don't want to use Secure mode because it's too slow.

    How should I configure things to get this behavior?

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    Re: How to improving ripping speed by allowing some kinds of errors?

    It is the CD drive which self slows down, not the program controlling the drive.

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    Re: How to improving ripping speed by allowing some kinds of errors?

    I have a similar problem on Re-rip but it tells me that the speed is x16. E.G. A track containing a 9 minute segment takes 8+ hours. Another 6 minute track is in progress - 6 hours 47 minutes elapsed so far and 11,000 frames remaining. Note, the original rips were very fast. Unlike others posting about speed problems, encoding is fast. All HDDs are local. HW is AMD Phenom 2 x4 64-bit.

    I am a newbie to dBpoweramp so yuo may need to give me instructions if you need more info about it.

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    Re: How to improving ripping speed by allowing some kinds of errors?

    Try disabling c2 pointers if they are enabled.

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