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Thread: If your time limit aborts the re-rip before all frames are re-ripped

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    dBpoweramp Enthusiast
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    If your time limit aborts the re-rip before all frames are re-ripped

    If it take 1 hour and 10 minutes to re-rip 25 frames, but if you have your maximum time limit as 1 hour, and so when you have 4 frames left when your re-ripping is aborted, does that mean you are left with the initial burst-quality track that still needs the whole 25 frames re-ripped, or are you left with a track that needs 4 more frames re-ripped and have the other 21 frames corrected?

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    Re: If your time limit aborts the re-rip before all frames are re-ripped

    It would have the 21 frames correct, which is where it was when aborted.

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