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Thread: What does re-rip to CRC mean?

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    What does re-rip to CRC mean?

    Does that mean ri-ripping not the whole track but only part of it that didn't rip well?

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    Re: What does re-rip to CRC mean?

    Where does it say this?

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    Re: What does re-rip to CRC mean?

    It was one of the options when I did a right click on a track for purpose of re-ripping.

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    Re: What does re-rip to CRC mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by ripcd View Post
    It was one of the options when I did a right click on a track for purpose of re-ripping.
    I think you must have misread the message. There is no such thing as re-rip to CRC. There could be something like "re-rip in order to MATCH CRC" or something like that. Getting the same CRC across multiple passes is how dbpa tells you have a SECURE rip, assuming you can't get an AccurateRip match.

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