That is my experience with Exact Audio Copy -- excellent piece of software.
The disc extraction within Samplitude V8 also is excellent -- and,
for my work flow, faster, since I'm in Samplitude all day, anyway.
I have not done an actual bit-for-bit test, but, presumably, missing
or flipped bits would, a good percentage of the time, be audible. I
find no audible artifacts.
EAC's reporting is superb. Even when it has problems, it recovers the
Did anyone mention it's free? www.exactaudiocopy.de
At 09:06 AM 3/17/2006, [log in to unmask] wrote:
>So, if it is a bit-for-bit extraction with Exact Audio Copy the .wav
>should be equal to what is on the disc. Both numerically and
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