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Topic: Why are so few cue sheets confirmed?

Why are so few cue sheets confirmed? What is required to confirm a cue sheet?

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Re: Why are so few cue sheets confirmed?

Mostly because a clean subchannel dump is required.

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Re: Why are so few cue sheets confirmed?

Can you elaborate a bit on what all is required to confirm a cue sheet? Does the subchannel dump need to be posted? How is the subchannel related to the cue sheet?

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Re: Why are so few cue sheets confirmed?

I would say a clean subchannel dump is required >> http://forum.redump.org/topic/14725/

Cuesheet is a media descriptor file and contains a "part" of disc information which is to be found in subchannel dump too.

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