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Thread: Multiple AccurateRip DiscIDs for accurate rip in library, which one is it?

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    Multiple AccurateRip DiscIDs for accurate rip in library, which one is it?

    All,

    I am trying to reverse engineer some items in my library to determine if the cd's are original editions, reissues, or remasters (as I am missing some of my physical copies). I have utilized the gnudb.org database to help me reference the id's (which from my research is indicated by the last 8 digits of the discid string).

    So, I run it against perfectTUNES and the following David Bowe - "Heroes" returns a perfect ripped copy, great, but also it the notes, I get 6 different unique strings.

    How, do I at least determine which 8 digit artist/album identifier to reference? I know from looking up in the gnudb database that 8109840A is the 1999 digital remaster.

    Can anyone provide some guidance/knowledge is this arena? Thanks in advance.

    David Bowie - "Heroes" [AccurateRip DiscIDs: 010-000F6FC5-007D2A73-910AB90B 010-000F7059-007D30CF-910ABB0B 010-000F150D-0079448B-8109840A 010-000F70EF-007D3741-910ABD0B 010-000F7058-007D30C4-910ABB0B 010-000F6FC3-007D2A5D-910AB90B]

    Scott

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    Re: Multiple AccurateRip DiscIDs for accurate rip in library, which one is it?

    The correct Disc ID would be based on the TOC calculation from the original disc, even if you have all the tracks, you still miss the first track start time, although this is normally 150

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