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escarlata wrote:

I'm new here! What is DIC? And what's the best method for dumping only Audio CDs? I couldn't find a guide for that

DIC = DiscImageCreator, which can be used to dump audio discs.

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You don't have to resubmit again.

Maybe i can add missing offset information myself before it will be approved.

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Can't edit submissions yet.

Offset values are located in "amigafdvol1_disc.txt"
In the end of the text file:

======= Offset(Drive offset data referes to http://www.accuraterip.com) =======
     Combined Offset(Byte)   1008, (Samples)   252
    -   Drive Offset(Byte)    120, (Samples)    30
    ----------------------------------------------
           CD Offset(Byte)    888, (Samples)   222

Disc write offset is in this line:

CD Offset(Byte)    888, (Samples)   222

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Just noticed you missed to put write offsets on all of your newdisc submissions, write offset can be found in DIC's logs in case you missed it there.

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There are no .bin files for downloads here, you are at a wrong place...

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id: http://redump.org/disc/38983/

If i am not mistaken only 0800 drives can extract SSv2 bin.

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I guess we have the first known case with two different layerbreaks now.

N00byKing wrote:

I tried DiscImageCreator again, the _mainInfo stays empty (intended?).

N00byKing wrote:

What would you say would be best?

If there is no ISO9660 file system PVD field won't be filled, i hope its what sarami did = it was intended.

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At last, could you post the entire sector 16 to see if there is any information about the last sector of Layer0 ?

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Yay! smile

I am not sure whether ANY other file systems have those time values.

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N00byKing wrote:

There is another one on the Disc itself, "VAX09208210D"

Is this the correct one?

Yes

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Serial: VAD09208210IS
IS indicates something else, not the disc serial. You can either examine the disc cover for disc serial, or note all available serials you can find: case back, case front, inlay, instructions, disc, etc....

Layerbreak mismatch wonders me a little bit, i thought the last sector of the layer0 is also hardcoded in ISO9660 file system (which would lead to different hashes of course), but it seems not to be the case.

If there is no ISO9660 file system all time values will be zero'ed because "PVD" is meant to be for ISO9660 = sector 16.

You can try to use the fixed version of DIC, but we either have to leave the PVD field empty on this one and note that there is only UDF file system on this disc, or do the PVD with zero'ed times in it and make a note about UDF only.

Maybe it was only available in the test release. If you can't or won't use IsoBuster we can leave it for later. This information is not of a high priority.

N00byKing wrote:

Well, i found "something" inside the _volDesc_dvd.txt file, dont know if that is what was meant.

PVD should be inside of _mainInfo.txt file according to sarami.

The second one is okay, high resolution picture.

According to this post from sarami DiscImageCreator should be able to get this information.

Or use IsoBuster to get it, see here

Btw. matrix information is also missing from your submission.

edit: could you please check if
Game Title: "Assassin's Creed Directors Cut"
has any apostrophe ( ' ) in the word Directors

edit2: for copy protection, did you also check the disc itself with these tools or just the installed game folders?

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If it was incorrect then probably due to EAC method. I will have to redump it.