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Thread: Problems writing FLAC after ripping discs

  1. #1

    Exclamation Problems writing FLAC after ripping discs

    Good evening,

    I've been ripping my entire collection and have half a dozen discs out of maybe 400 so far that exhibit this problem.

    The tracks seems to rip but won't write giving this error:-

    Error ripping to FLAC, 'Track 1' to '\\nas\music\Pet Shop Boys\Please\01 - Two Divided By Zero.flac'
    Error writing to temporary file (Win:0): [dBCoreConverter::HandleNonLiveDSPs]

    It doesn't appear to be a problem with the mapped drive that's been written to - all the other CD's so far have no issues.

    I've a couple of drives in my PC (ASUS BW-16D1HT + Sony Optiarc DVD-RW AD-7260S) and the same happens with both - so I'm suspecting some kind of copy protection on the CDs?

    Can anyone point me in the right direction?

    Many thanks,

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    Re: Problems writing FLAC after ripping discs

    The error relates to writing a temporary file, what DSP effects are you using?

  3. #3

    Re: Problems writing FLAC after ripping discs

    Hi Spoon,

    I did have the Replay Gain on - but even when I remove it, the same error occurs.

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    Re: Problems writing FLAC after ripping discs

    Close CD Ripper, run dbpoweramp control center >> Advanced

    right at the end is an option to enable debug mode, enable it, rip just 1 track from a cd and close CD Ripper. Log file(s) will appear, copy and paste them here please.

  5. #5

    Re: Problems writing FLAC after ripping discs

    Hi Spoon,

    Thanks for your time.

    Here's the log

    Splitting Command Line:"C:\Program Files\dBpoweramp\CoreConverter.exe" -dbcmd=C:\Users\******\AppData\Local\Temp\dBT40C.tm p
    ->-> [dBCoreConverter::ReaddBCommandFile]
    <-<- [dBCoreConverter::ReaddBCommandFile]
    Allying to Processor 1
    ->-> [cldBCodecHandler::LoadEncoder]
    Loading Encoder 'C:\Program Files\dBpoweramp\encoder\FLAC.DLL'
    <-<- [cldBCodecHandler::LoadEncoder]
    BatchID [clEncoder_FLAC::Set]
    ->-> [dBCoreConverter::StripCoreConverterCmds]
    <-<- [dBCoreConverter::StripCoreConverterCmds]
    SendRawUnCompressed [clEncoder_FLAC::Get]
    IsLive [clDSP::Get]
    SendOverReplayGainTags [clDSP::Get]
    BatchID [clDSP::Set]
    IsLive [clDSP::Get]
    SendOverReplayGainTags [clDSP::Get]
    BatchID [clDSP::Set]
    Communicate [clEncoder_FLAC::Get]
    ->-> [dBCoreConverter::OpenDecoder]
    Reading StdIn Tmp File IDTags: Read
    Using StdInput WFX:Format Tag: 1 Channels: 2 Bits per Sample: 16 Samples Per Second: 44100 Bytes Per Second: 176400 Block Align: 4 CB Size: 0
    <-<- [dBCoreConverter::OpenDecoder]
    SendOverReplayGainTags [clEncoder_FLAC::Get]
    *** Error: Error writing to temporary file (Win:0): [dBCoreConverter::HandleNonLiveDSPs]
    ->-> [clDSP::BeginConversion]

    Calculate Trackgain: No
    Calculate Albumgain: Yes
    R128 Calculation: Yes [-18 LUFS] [clDSP::BeginConversion]
    <-<- [clDSP::BeginConversion]
    ->-> [clEncoder_FLAC::BeginConversion]
    Converting to '\\nas\music\Pet Shop Boys\Please\01 - Two Divided By Zero._' encoder settings ' -application="CD Ripper" -compression-level-5'
    FLAC Compression Level: 5
    <-<- [clEncoder_FLAC::BeginConversion]
    Communicate [clEncoder_FLAC::Get]
    Encoding To: FLAC
    Encoder Cmd Line: -application="CD Ripper" -compression-level-5
    DSP Effects:
    Audio CD - De-emphasis (non-live):
    ReplayGain: -albummode="0" -notrackgain -r128lufs="-18" -maxtgain="25 dB"

    ============= CONVERSION BEGIN =============
    ============= CONVERSION END =============
    Communicate [clEncoder_FLAC::Get]
    ->-> [dBCoreConverter::CloseDecoder]
    ->-> [dBCoreConverter::CloseDecoder]
    <-<- [dBCoreConverter::CloseDecoder]
    ->-> [clDSP::EndConversion]
    Loudness=nanLUFS, TruePeak=-infLUFS [clDSP::EndConversion]
    *** Information: Silence track detected, ReplayGain track tag not generated, track gain 0.00dB [clDSP::EndConversion]
    <-<- [clDSP::EndConversion]
    ->-> [clEncoder_FLAC::EndConversion]
    <-<- [clEncoder_FLAC::EndConversion]
    File Size Check : 29581 bytes Filename: \\nas\music\Pet Shop Boys\Please\01 - Two Divided By Zero._
    File Size Check (before ID Tags Written): 29581 bytes Filename: \\nas\music\Pet Shop Boys\Please\01 - Two Divided By Zero._
    ->-> [dBCoreConverter::IDTagWriter]
    Decodes [clDecoder::Get]
    IDTags [clDecoder::Set]
    ->-> [clDecoder::WriteIDTags]
    Opening file '\\nas\music\Pet Shop Boys\Please\01 - Two Divided By Zero._' for write access: Opened
    ->-> [clDecoder::Open]
    Opening file '\\nas\music\Pet Shop Boys\Please\01 - Two Divided By Zero._' for read access: Opened
    Init FLAC:
    Reading Meta Data:
    contained 0 tags:
    ->-> [clDecoder::ReadIDTags]
    <-<- [clDecoder::ReadIDTags]
    <-<- [clDecoder::Open]
    ->-> [clDecoder::Close]
    <-<- [clDecoder::Close]
    <-<- [clDecoder::WriteIDTags]
    <-<- [dBCoreConverter::IDTagWriter]
    ->-> [clDecoder::Close]
    <-<- [clDecoder::Close]
    Communicate [clEncoder_FLAC::Get]
    ->-> [clDSP::AfterConversion]
    <-<- [clDSP::AfterConversion]
    ->-> [clDSP::AfterConversion]
    <-<- [clDSP::AfterConversion]
    Last edited by Wizzy_Wiz; 05-27-2021 at 03:26 PM.

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    Re: Problems writing FLAC after ripping discs

    You have this DSP effect:

    Audio CD - De-emphasis (non-live)

    Remove it.

  7. #7

    Re: Problems writing FLAC after ripping discs

    Thanks Spoon,

    The effect wasn't obviously been applied, so I reset all and this has solved my problem.

    Many thanks for your time :-)

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