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Thread: Given slowness, is Ultra Secure necessary for bit-perfect rips?

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    dBpoweramp Enthusiast
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    Given slowness, is Ultra Secure necessary for bit-perfect rips?

    I am ripping with C2 pointers enabled in Ultra Secure mode, but it is taking around 30 minutes for a 60-minute CD. Is Ultra Secure causing the slowness? Is Ultra Secure necessary for a bit-perfect rip? Thanks.

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    Re: Given slowness, is Ultra Secure necessary for bit-perfect rips?

    If the CD is not in the AccurateRip database, then Ultra Secure is the only possibilty to get a verified result, even though this verification is only based on the checksums of your own repeated readings.


    Dat Ei

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    Re: Given slowness, is Ultra Secure necessary for bit-perfect rips?

    So, if the CD is in the database, Dbpoweramp will bypass Ultra Secure and use regular Secure?

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    Re: Given slowness, is Ultra Secure necessary for bit-perfect rips?

    Yes

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    Re: Given slowness, is Ultra Secure necessary for bit-perfect rips?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Given slowness, is Ultra Secure necessary for bit-perfect rips?

    Digital LA,

    Great question! Cheers.

    Paul

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