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Re: [Libcdio-devel] Spurious corrections from cdparanoia?

From: Robert William Fuller
Subject: Re: [Libcdio-devel] Spurious corrections from cdparanoia?
Date: Thu, 03 Nov 2011 18:33:48 -0400
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On 11/01/2011 10:45 AM, Blake Jones wrote:
> So it looks to me as if paranoia is being too confident in declaring a
> match when it's analyzing heavily repetitive data.  Given modern CD
> drives and fairly clean CDs, it seems like this behavior might introduce
> more problems than it fixes.

Blake et al.,

I noticed this problem with paranoia while I was developing cued, my own
ripper.  I had hoped to fix paranoia, but I got sidetracked with first
grad school, and then illness.  If you search the list, you should find
my old posts.

I did not diagnose it to the extent that you have.  I did note that
jitter correction was erroneously correcting non-errors, and that you
could see this by ripping from an image file--NRG or bin file--that was
known to be correct!  (Known by accurate rip or whatever....)

So, yes!  This is a very astute observation and if you could fix it, we
would all be grateful :-)

I hope to get back to cued some day, but it will probably wait until
after my Christmas surgery and the ensuing physical therapy, after which
I should be back to the pinnacle of health (running, biking, hiking,
skiing, and all that other stuff I haven't been able to do for two years!)


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