Originally posted by valnar Yes, I’m interested in making perfect offset corrected audio rips. I basically want my copy to “see” itself correctly in the online CDDB if I insert a copy in my PC, so it pulls down all the correct titles.
There is no need to detect offset for this. Any copy will be recognized by CDDB, unless you change the track order, leave out gaps, or cut the trailing silences. Once I recorded an original cassette on CDR, and the CDR was recognized by CDDB, as there was the right track listing with the right timings.
Originally posted by valnar Does it do the gap detection correctly too? Without that, Live CD’s wouldn’t copy correctly either.
Plextools detects gaps. But don’t worry about that either, no need to detect gaps to copy live CDs. In fact, it is even more secure not to detect them, because you won’t have the possibility to set them wrong.
What is a gap and why detecting them is not necessary ? @HydrogenAudio
Pre-gaps ripped in EAC?
Tutorial about gaps and CUE Sheets @EAC, by Mestrelion
Gap and CUE Sheet 101: A simple tutorial for Dummies like me
Editing cuesheets @HydrogenAudio, by Mestrelion
EAC CUE Sheets ASCII formats explained, because sometimes Notepad is all you have