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    Problems with the last track on every disc

    Hey there!

    I bought dbpoweramp a few weeks ago because because I'm one of those weirdos who still collect CDs in 2023. Have been using Exact Audio Copy for more than 15 years now but switched since I got some issues with some CDs from Japan which dbpoweramp ripped (mostly) just fine. But I got one problem which I couldn't fix yet. The last track on every disc I ripped so far takes longer than all other tracks combined. I rip with Ultra Secure Ripping which works fine for all other tracks, the last track though always gets stuck in Re-Rip for like 15-20min. Ultimately it finishes with some errors in the log but the track has no errors that I'm able to hear.

    I found those two older Threads in this forum where others got similar problems:
    https://forum.dbpoweramp.com/showthr...k-always-fails
    https://forum.dbpoweramp.com/showthr...ing-last-track

    The suggestion there was to disable the "Read into Lead-in or Lead-out" option in the settings, which was disabled by default in my case.

    Any ideas about what I can do to fix that would be greatly appreciated.

    PS: If the disc is in the accurate rip database it rips without issues, even the last track.

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    Re: Problems with the last track on every disc

    Disable c2 pointers?

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    Re: Problems with the last track on every disc

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    Disable c2 pointers?
    Also already unchecked by default.

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    Re: Problems with the last track on every disc

    Try a different brand of CD drive

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    Re: Problems with the last track on every disc

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    Try a different brand of CD drive
    Hey! Already did that too.
    I got 2 drives, one LG (HL-DT-STDVDRAM GH22NS50) and one Pioneer (PIONEER BD-RW BDR-207). Both have the same issues with the last track.

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    Re: Problems with the last track on every disc

    Post a the top of a ripping log please which shows all the settings used.

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    Re: Problems with the last track on every disc

    dBpoweramp 2023-10-10 Digital Audio Extraction Log from Sonntag, 22. Oktober 2023 12:24

    Drive & Settings
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    Ripping with drive 'E: [HL-DT-ST - DVDRAM GH22NS50 ]', Drive offset: 667, Overread Lead-in/out: No
    AccurateRip: Active, Using C2: No, Cache: 1024 KB, FUA Cache Invalidate: No
    Pass 1 Drive Speed: Max, Pass 2 Drive Speed: Max
    Ultra:: Vary Drive Speed: No, Min Passes: 3, Max Passes: 6, Finish After Clean Passes: 2
    Bad Sector Re-rip:: Drive Speed: Max, Maximum Re-reads: 34

    Second one for good measure.

    dBpoweramp 2023-11-01 Digital Audio Extraction Log from Donnerstag, 23. November 2023 13:53

    Drive & Settings
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    Ripping with drive 'F: [PIONEER - BD-RW BDR-207 ]', Drive offset: 667, Overread Lead-in/out: No
    AccurateRip: Active, Using C2: No, Cache: None, FUA Cache Invalidate: No
    Pass 1 Drive Speed: Max, Pass 2 Drive Speed: Max
    Ultra:: Vary Drive Speed: No, Min Passes: 3, Max Passes: 6, Finish After Clean Passes: 2
    Bad Sector Re-rip:: Drive Speed: Max, Maximum Re-reads: 34

    Last Track always looks like this in the logs:

    Secure (Warning) [Pass 1 & 2, Ultra 1 to 3, Re-Rip 462 Frames]
    CRC32: 4592CB2B AccurateRip CRC: 16A0FA8D (CRCv2) [DiscID: 011-0013c6fb-00aac3aa-800b1b0b-11]
    Re-rip Frame: 197487 (00:00:00,653) matched 10 / 11
    Re-rip Frame: 197488 (00:00:00,666) matched 10 / 11
    Re-rip Frame: 197489 (00:00:00,680) matched 10 / 11
    Re-rip Frame: 197935 (00:00:06,626) matched 10 / 11
    Re-rip Frame: 197936 (00:00:06,640) matched 10 / 11
    Re-rip Frame: 197937 (00:00:06,653) matched 10 / 11
    Re-rip Frame: 197938 (00:00:06,666) matched 10 / 11
    Re-rip Frame: 197939 (00:00:06,680) matched 10 / 11
    Re-rip Frame: 197940 (00:00:06,693) matched 10 / 11
    Re-rip Frame: 197941 (00:00:06,706) matched 10 / 11
    Re-rip Frame: 197942 (00:00:06,720) matched 10 / 11
    Re-rip Frame: 197943 (00:00:06,733) matched 10 / 11
    Re-rip Frame: 197944 (00:00:06,746) matched 10 / 11
    Re-rip Frame: 197945 (00:00:06,760) matched 10 / 11
    Re-rip Frame: 197946 (00:00:06,773) matched 10 / 11
    Re-rip Frame: 197947 (00:00:06,786) matched 10 / 11
    Re-rip Frame: 197948 (00:00:06,800) matched 10 / 11

    (goes on quite a while like that)

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    Re: Problems with the last track on every disc

    It looks like the secure ripper is doing its job, re-ripping those frames at the end of the disc which are giving errors from the drive.

    If you put a brand new store bought CD in, does it do the same for the last track?

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    Re: Problems with the last track on every disc

    Sadly yes,

    as you can see to two logs I posted are from both of my drives. I ripped around a dozen CDs over the last 3 months and all of them were brand new . This is why I highly doubt it's an issue with those discs. At the same time, I never had this kind of behavior when I used EAC (which I used exclusively with the DVD drive) + both drives show this problem with dbpoweramp. And I can't imagine both drives having the same defect. And like I said, if the disc is in the accurate rip database, it works flawlessly. I'm really at a loss here.

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    Re: Problems with the last track on every disc

    Quote Originally Posted by Neeko View Post
    And I can't imagine both drives having the same defect.
    Are those two drives of the same models?

    Dat Ei

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    Re: Problems with the last track on every disc

    They do have the same offset, it is possible they are similar internals.

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    Re: Problems with the last track on every disc

    All I can say is, i bought them years apart and they are different brands on top of that (also one them is a DVD the other a Bluray Drive).

    Anyway, I just ordered two new drives and will do some tests when they arrive. Then I'll share any news here. Thanks so far for your help.

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