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How to verify CD rips using CUETools
When you rip a CD using CUERipper, you obtain a log file that looks like this:

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"You probably heard about AccurateRip, a wonderful database of CD rip checksums, which helps you make sure your CD rip is an exact copy of original CD. What it can tell you is how many other people got the same data when copying this CD.
CUETools Database (CTDB) is an extension of this idea".

If you don't have this log file, you can generate one with CUETools.
You need a cue file to verify the FLAC files, if you don't have the cue file, you can generate it:

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The new CUE file will be created in the same folder as the FLAC files

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Now you verify the FLAC files with the Databases:

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Obtaining the same info as in the log file:

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Edit: You only need the cue file if the FLAC is a CD image, not if the FLAC is in separated tracks.

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