[QUOTE=t0nee1;2597585]“Look” y-y, if you had actually read some of the info provided, you’d have your answer…Sorry I don’t like holding hands and babysitting…
But in short if you want the best possible rip(s) and quality, then utilize Accuraterip, which both EAC and dBpoweramp use for ripping…Rip to flac as you’ve stated with read sample offset only if you’re not burning anyway…Not sure what the big deal is if combining…But suit yourself…
Cholla, Greynol is a Supermod over at HA and AFAIK the folks there only recommend/suggest using EAC/HA guides which I believe the author Andre endorses…So from the horses mouth AFAIC…But as they say “if it ain’t broke”…
Your attitude is not so nice.
- in the Directory of HA there is no explanation about the option: “combined read / write sample offset correction” That’s why I’m confused and And I asked the Questions above.
- The option : “use AccurateRip with this drive” is grayed out for me. I dont know why.
- When I said I would burn a cd I meant that i will burn the extracted files themselves through software that is not EAC and not the cd itself.In this case also i need to check “combined read / write sample offset correction”?
Try to be more friendly.I have no background in audio.
I’m not your enemy.
Not all the people are experts in EAC.