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Thread: Squirrly Rip Attempts

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    Squirrly Rip Attempts

    Two issues,

    One, how does CD Ripper bring up meta data that has nothing to do with the content whatsoever in any way of whats on the CD (genre, track title, art work, album name, track duration)

    Also when ripping I get this dbpower.PNG

    What is happening here? By the way, it never completed the encoding process.
    Last edited by mrcd; 01-25-2018 at 05:51 PM.

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    Re: Squirrly Rip Attempts

    Quote Originally Posted by mrcd View Post
    One, how does CD Ripper bring up meta data that has nothing to do with the content whatsoever in any way of whats on the CD (genre, track title, art work, album name, track duration)
    I have seen this very occasionally with very obscure CD releases, where the metadata provided is not for my CD.

    CD Ripper simply finds a match for the CD in one of the online metadata databases. You would have to check with the online metadata provider for a definitive answer. How you would do this is unclear to me.

    Quote Originally Posted by mrcd View Post
    Also when ripping I get this dbpower.PNG

    What is happening here? By the way, it never completed the encoding process.
    Please can you provide more information e.g. platform/OS, dBpoweramp version, output file format, output file location (local or network location), DSPs used etc.

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    Re: Squirrly Rip Attempts

    OK, not sure what happened. This was a 4 CD set and CD 1 was the one that appeared in the image and apparently meta data was not available ( I took care of that) and the other CD's were read and meta provided.

    I am ripping on a Win 10 using Ripper 16.4 ripping to 320k MP3, rip data was being sent to an external drive connected to the PC. No DSPs used.

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    Re: Squirrly Rip Attempts

    Quote Originally Posted by mrcd View Post
    I am ripping on a Win 10 using Ripper 16.4 ripping to 320k MP3, rip data was being sent to an external drive connected to the PC. No DSPs used.
    Perhaps there is a problem with your external drive.

    As a test, try ripping the CD to a local internal hard drive. Is the result the same?
    Last edited by mville; 01-26-2018 at 05:18 AM. Reason: clarity

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