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Thread: What are logs for?

  1. #1
    dBpoweramp Enthusiast
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    What are logs for?

    I also like the way EAC generates logs better than the way dBpoweramp does.
    Also, I sometimes have problem discs that dBpoweramp will choke on, that EAC will tear right through, so I keep it around for that reason
    https://www.reddit.com/r/audiophile/...est_cd_ripper/

    This person says EAC generates logs better than dBpoweramp. What are logs and how are they important?

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    Re: What are logs for?

    Quote Originally Posted by ripcd View Post
    https://www.reddit.com/r/audiophile/...est_cd_ripper/

    This person says EAC generates logs better than dBpoweramp. What are logs and how are they important?
    logs record exactly what happened during the ripping process (and there is a setting in dbpa options to give you "full" logs).
    p.s. You should really quit reading that reddit group. Amazing amount of bad/wrong/crazy advice there.

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